Garden Monographs

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LOUIS BENECH: TWELVE FRENCH GARDENS

- In this elegant and accessible book, the photographer Eric Sander and the journalist Eric Jansen offer a portrait of Louis Benech's gardens in all their beauty and subtlety This book presents twelve French gardens designed by Louis Benech, from the Jardin du Soleil et des Nuages at the Château de Villandry to Square Nicolas Forestier in inner-city Paris, via an estate in the Sologne, a Normandy
October 16, 2013 | Hardcover | Gourcuff Gradenigo | 221 Pages |
$55.00
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GERTRUDE JEKYLL: HER ART RESTORED AT UPTON GREY

Written by Wallinger, Rosamund
This volume examines Gertrude Jekyll's work at Manor House, Upton Grey, offering an insight into her eclectic, imaginative, and inspiring art. The book presents a rare visual record of the garden's history, with original plans and photographs, as well as images of the garden taken since its restoration.
May 16, 2013 | Hardcover | Acc Art Books | 204 Pages |
$59.95
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INVITATIONS II

Written by Dewilde, Robert
o The long-awaited sequel to Invitations, one of the most successful titles by master flower artist Daniel Ost Daniel Ost is the world's foremost floral designer and sculptor. Daniel has the unique ability to envision life through flowers and creates absolute beauty through his passion and art.
March 16, 2010 | Hardcover | Lannoo Publishers | 192 Pages |
$150.00
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GARDENS OF GERTRUDE JEKYLL

Written by Bisgrove, Richard
Gertrude Jekyll is one of the most influential 20th-century garden designers. This book shows the best of her garden designs and a wonderful collection of her planting plans, made more accessible by extensive analysis and reinterpretation of the originals, accompanied by simple watercolours of the plans and illuminating photographs.
October 15, 1992 | Hardcover | Frances Lincoln | 192 Pages |
$45.00
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NORAH LINDSAY: THE LIFE AND ART OF A GARDEN DESIGNER

Written by Hayward, Allyson
In the years between the wars Norah Lindsay (18731948) hugely influenced the course of garden design and planting. She developed her skills in her own garden at Sutton Courtenay in Oxfordshire, widely regarded as the most beautiful garden in England. Then, in 1924, facing financial ruin after the collapse of her marriage, she embarked on a career as a garden designer.
October 1, 2007 | Hardcover | Frances Lincoln | 288 Pages |
$65.00
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MONET'S GARDEN: THROUGH THE SEASONS AT GIVERNY

Written by Russell, Vivian
"This behind-the-scenes exploration looks at the history of Claude Monet's garden at Giverny in France, and links the world of Monet the artist with Monet the gardener. Four chapters trace the garden through the different seasons of the year, paying special attention to the atmosphere and light that so preoccupied Monet and became the focus of his life as a painter.
June 1, 2008 | Hardcover | Frances Lincoln | 160 Pages |
$35.00
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GARDENS OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

Written by Fell, Derek
The product of extended visits to properties associated with Wright, and extensive interviews with surviving colleagues and students, this is the first book in full colour to focus on Wright's four most famous residential landscapes - his first home and studio at Oak Park, Illinois; his magnificent 3,000 acre summer home Taliesin, Wisconsin; his 600-acre winter home Taliesin West, Arizona; and
May 15, 2014 | Hardcover | Frances Lincoln | 160 Pages |
$29.95
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ROMAN GARDENS: VILLAS OF THE COUNTRYSIDE

Written by Fagiolo, Marcello
Roman Gardens: Villas of the Countryside is the first in a two-volume set; the second, Roman Gardens: Villas of the City, was published in 1998. In this volume, photographer Roberto Schezen, together with Italian art historian Marcello Fagiolo, explores the fantastic villas and great gardens located within a thirty-mile radius around Rome, in the region of Lazio.
April 1, 1997 | Hardcover | Monacelli Press | 272 Pages |
$65.00
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GARDENS OF THE HUDSON VALLEY

Written by Gross, Steve
The majesty of the Hudson River has captivated both artists and visitors for generations, and the gardens along its banks have a special character. Those created for the Gilded Age estates are more formal; private gardens respond directly to the rolling landscape and mature forests.
October 19, 2010 | Hardcover | Monacelli Press | 224 Pages |
$50.00
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PRIVATE GARDENS OF CONNECTICUT

Written by Garmey, Jane
Connecticut is uniquely rich in beautiful landscape, encompassing more than six hundred miles of serene shoreline along Long Island Sound, untold acres of open farmland, and the rolling hills and lakes of the famed northwest corner on the New York/Massachusetts border. The varied topography and microclimates have given rise to an unusual range of gardens.
September 28, 2010 | Hardcover | Monacelli Press | 232 Pages |
$65.00

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