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Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art, 1989. Illustrated in color and black & white.118pp. Slim & square 4to, cloth, d.w. Washington DC: National Gallery of Art, (1989). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Catalog for an exhibition held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC from 15 October 1989 - 28 January 1990 and at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford from 18 March - 20 May 1990.
Santa Fe: William Clift Editions, 1987. Illustrated with 22 beautiful tritone plates. Thin oblong 4to, cloth-backed boards lettered in gilt, dust wrapper chipped at extremities. Santa Fe: William Clift Editions, (1987). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1987.
Udine: Magnus, 1994. English translation Giles Watson. Patterned endpapers. Filled with color photographs by Massimo Mastrorillo, mostly full-bleed. Unpaginated, extreme oblong 8vo, blue cloth, dust wrapper, pictorial slipcase. Very uniquely and attractively designed. Magnus: Udine, (1994). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Cooperstown: The Farmers' Museum, 2008. Photographic endpapers. Profusely illustrated with 297 color and black-and-white photographs by Richard S. Duncan. 240 pages, square 4to, brick red cloth with decorative gilt stamping, dust wrapper. Cooperstown: The Farmers' Museum, (2008). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997. Commentaries on the Plates by Kenneth Finkel. 18 color and 90 b/w plates, 69 b/w text Illus. Oblong 4to, blue cloth, d.w. slightly chipped, top and bottom of cloth and part of d.w. faded from sun exposure. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (1997).
Paris: Emile Paul, 1914. Frontispiece and hundreds of black & white illustrations. 216 pages. Tall 4to, original stiff printed wrappers, rebound in plain burgundy cloth (well-rubbed; dampstain at top margin of first several pages and at foot of title, otherwise clean). Paris: Emile Paul, 1914. First edition. Overall a very good(-) usable copy.
Paris: Emile-Paul, 1911. Text in French. 254 pages lavishly illustrated with several hundred full page and smaller phototype plates, plans, photographs, drawings and facsimiles. French garden art from the Middle Ages and Renaissance to Le Nôtre and up to contemporary French and European garden design. Includes some examples from the UK. Thick folio, rebound in green cloth, green leather spine label. Paris: Emile-Paul, 1911. Very good (+). Water stain on margin of frontispiece, otherwise fine.