The landscape gardening and landscape architecture of ... Humphry Repton

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Longman, 1840 - 619 sider
 

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Concerning Buildingssome Observations on Gothic
55
Concerning the Situation for a HouseVarious Con
61
Concerning Watersome different Places referred to
70
Concerning Park Sceneryhow it differs from Forest
78
Comparison of modern or Landscape Gardening and
84
Concerning ApproachesAnswer to Mr Knights Mis
95
Appendix Answer to Mr Prices BookCorrespondence on
104
Advertisement explaining the nature of this Work
119
Comparison of the moder n with the ancient style of landscape gar
127
List of the Places referred to as Examples
130
The Study of the Subject and the Communication of Ideas as to proposed
133
of removing earth p 136 Ground apparently altered by the situation
142
by Mr Repton p 26 A mere map insufficient for the purposes of
145
Waterit may be too naked or too much clothed
156
Of PLANTING for immediate and for future Effect
169
WoodsWhateleys Remarks exemplified at Shardeloes
182
groups C p 182 334 Planting single trees p 466 Woods and plan
194
Of FencesThe BoundaryThe SeparationExample
198
Walks drives and stations p 579 Approaches and evergreen drives
206
Ferme ornSe a ContradictionFarm and Park distinct
207
Of PleasureGrounds FlowerGardens Example
213
Terrace at Corsliam p 235 at Burley p 237 Statues p 343 Fountains
217
Defence of the ArtDifference between Landscape
220
The Park
225
levels p 70 Reflections from the surface of water p 152 Clothing
227
Of ancient and modern GardeningAuthorsChange
231
Situations and Characters
238
MiscellaneousEndless Variety of Situation and Cha
242
buildings p 339
255
terraces balustrades Gothic parapets p 415 Water fences p 565
257
Architecture and Gardening inseparableSome Inquiry
266
Seasons of the Year
284

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Side 520 - His gardens next your admiration call; On every side you look, behold the wall! No pleasing intricacies intervene, No artful wildness to perplex the scene ; Grove nods at grove, each alley has a brother, And half the platform just reflects the other.
Side 332 - Winter, still lingering on the verge of Spring, Retires reluctant, and from time to time Looks back, while at his keen and chilling breath, Fair Flora sickens.

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