Arts and Crafts Gardens #ad - This new edition, which has been re-titled to distinguish it from the original book, is now illustrated with colour photographs and reproductions of contemporary paintings and watercolours which bring new colour and light to a vanished world. In their collaboration on this book, the authors found common ground and reveled in their mutual intuitive approach to artistic and historic gardening ideas.
It embodies the period when the Arts and Crafts Movement had evolved into country house architecture and then found its most delightful expression in the making of gardens. Used book in Good Condition.
Gardens of the Arts and Crafts MovementTimber Press #ad - Tankard presents a selection of houses and gardens of the era from Great Britain and North America. With almost 300 illustrations and photographs, and an emphasis on the diversity of designers who helped forge the movement, Gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement is an essential resource for this truly distinct approach to garden design.
The ever-alluring arts and Crafts garden…is profoundly relevant to our 21st-century needs. Sam watters, author of gardens for a Beautiful America In Gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement, landscape scholar Judith B. Tankard surveys the inspirations, characteristics, and development of garden design during this iconic movement.
The Gardens of Gertrude JekyllLittle Brown & Co #ad - Though many of the gardens she worked on were large, she usually preferred to divide them into smaller components. Her genius was to endow gardens with an atmosphere of timeless serenity, valued in her own day but all the more precious in the tumult of the modern world. Over the years, and only a handful of her plans are well known, many of her gardens and original plantings have disappeared, although thousands survive in archives.
For the gardens of gertrude jekyll Richard Bisgrove has selected the best of Miss Jekyll's planting plans, most until now unpublished. He demonstrates that Miss Jekyll's ideas on planting remain fresh and relevant. Gertrude jekyll holds a unique place in the making of English gardens and has exerted immense influence on good garden planting throughout the world.
The Gardens of Gertrude Jekyll #ad - With painstaking original research he has analyzed and reinterpreted them, making them accessible to today's gardeners. Her skill in using plants to soften the hard lines of new gardens and formal architecture, her ability to compose plantings to sustain interest throughout the seasons, her solutions to the problems of shady spots and awkward corners - all these make her designs directly applicable to today's limited plots.
The plans are brought alive by an accomplished watercolorist and are enhanced by full-color photographs of Jekyll gardens and of modern plantings in the Jekyll tradition.
In Harmony With Nature: Lessons from the Arts and Crafts GardenFriedman, Michael Publishing G #ad - In Harmony With Nature: Lessons from the Arts and Crafts Garden #ad - Visually lovely, and inspirational for creating your own Arts and Grafts garden.
Sir Edwin Lutyens: The Arts & Crafts HousesImages Publishing Dist Ac #ad - Voysey sir edwin lutyens is widely regarded as one of Britain's greatest architects. Sir edwin lutyens: the arts and crafts houses brings together in new, wide-format, full-color photography a definitive collection of 45 of Lutyens's great Arts and Crafts houses, in which he ingeniously blended the style of the Arts and Crafts movement with his own inventive interpretation of the Classical language of architecture.
As lutyens's practice flourished his work became widely promoted in publications such as Country Life magazine, particularly those designed in the vernacular manner, and his houses, as it is to this day, would subsequently give rise to an entire genre of the English country house that became known, as a ‘Lutyens-style' house.
The book features 575 all-new current photographs of the houses, inside and outside, together with a selection of floor plans of the houses, and a fresh interpretation of Lutyens's enduring architectural genius. His work ranged from great country houses, city commercial office buildings, his famous World War I memorials across Europe and Britain, and his magnum opus designs for New Delhi built during the 1920s and 1930s.
Sir Edwin Lutyens: The Arts & Crafts Houses #ad - Despite such diversity of building types across his long career, Lutyens's most celebrated works remain his country houses, which first established his reputation during the 1890s. In a career of over 50 years, spanning the Victorian, Edwardian and modern eras of architecture, Lutyens was prolific. Chronicles a suite of 45 great country houses by sir edwin lutyens, and comprehensive referencesbrings together a rich, along with a superb selection of drawings and floor plansExpertly researched and written by architectural writer and practitioner, David Cole, one of Britain's most renowned and prolific Arts and Crafts master architectsCelebrates Lutyens's originality by capturing how Lutyens ingeniously blended the style of the Arts and Crafts movement with his own inventive interpretation of the Classical language of architectureProvides a fresh interpretation of Lutyens's enduring architectural genius through rigorous research, full-color showcase of 575 all-new current photographs of the houses, insightful overviews, inside and outside, valuable narrative details, who also authored IMAGES' successful book The Art and Architecture of C.