Romantic gardens : nature, art, and landscape design / Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, Elizabeth S. Eustis, John Bidwell.

Landscape designers of the Romantic era learned to respect the inherent beauty of nature, which they believed to have been stifled by the rigidly symmetrical formal gardens of the ancient regime. Free spirits in more ways than one, Romantics looked to nature as a liberating force, a source of sensua...

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Main Author: Rogers, Elizabeth Barlow, 1936-
Other Authors: Eustis, Elizabeth S., Bidwell, John, 1949-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York : Boston : New York : Morgan Library & Museum ; in association with David R. Godine, Publisher ; Foundation for Landscape Studies, 2010.
Edition:1st ed.
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