Arts and Crafts Gardens

A smaller-sized pictorial tribute to the impact of the Arts and Crafts movement on gardening, which rendered gardens as seamless outdoor living areas that were extensions of the homes they adjoined, demonstrates the influential designs of ...

Arts and Crafts Gardens

Author: Wendy Hitchmough

Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum

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Page: 96

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A smaller-sized pictorial tribute to the impact of the Arts and Crafts movement on gardening, which rendered gardens as seamless outdoor living areas that were extensions of the homes they adjoined, demonstrates the influential designs of such contributors as Gertrude Jekyll, William Robinson, and William Morris.

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