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.
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London: Leigh-on Sea. 3 vols. Vol. I: 585 black and white illustrations, 183pp., small thick folio, cloth; (spine ends chipped). Vol. II: 585 black & white illustrations, 191pp., small thick folio, gren cloth; (spine ends chipped). Vol. III: 196 black & white illustrations, 49pp., small slim folio, cloth; (spine ends chipped). London and Leigh-on-Sea: Hudson & Kearns and F. Lewis, (1947 stated in Vol. III). Very good.
Livingston: Clark City Press, 1990. Essays by Jim Harrison, Chris Waddington and Russell Chatham. 101 color illustrations. Oblong 4to, tan cloth, d.w. Livingston MT: Clark City Press, (1990). First Edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Signed by the artist on the half title and a small blind stamp on the fly-leaf.
Venice: Liselotte Hohs, 1988. Introduction by Erica Jong. Illustrated in color throughout. Unpaginated. Short & square 8vo, printed stiff yellow wrappers. Venice: Liselotte Hohs, . A near fine copy of a scare, hand-made book. Liselotte Hohs is an internationally renowned artist with works in the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna, the Knoll Collection in Pasadena, and the Museum of Modern Art in Milan. She has put on exhibitions at galleries around the world.
New York: Watson-Guptill Publication, 1970. Illustrated with 32 color plates. 88pp. Square 4to, gilt-stamped green cloth, d.w. (wrapper edgeworn with a tear). New York: Watson-Guptill in cooperation with The Brooklyn Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (1970). Light edgewear on cloth and previous owner's pen signature on front free endpaper. A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Chicago: Sage Books, 1971. Edited by John Meigs. Illustrated throughout with 40 color plates of Hurd's watercolor landscapes, many reproduced in actual size. 128pp. Oblong folio, green cloth, chipped d.w. (first 3 pages are slightly rough at top corner, otherwise a fine copy in a very good (+) dust wrapper). Chicago: Sage Books/Swallow Press, (1971). A very nice copy of this uncommon monograph.
Chicago: Swallow Press, 1971. Edited by John Meigs. Illustrated throughout with 40 color plates of Hurd's watercolor landscapes, many reproduced in actual size. 128pp. Oblong folio, yellow cloth, chipped d.w. (reinforced with tape). Chicago: Sage Books/Swallow Press, (1971). First Edition. Very Good (+). A very nice copy of this uncommon monograph. Signed by the artist on the fly-leaf.
New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1967. Illustrated with 246 photographs and 11 text diagrams. 174 pages. Thin 4to, green cloth, d.w. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, (1967). First American edition. Ownership signature, still a near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. "Illustrates the principal gardens and garden architecture attached to country houses during the first half of the 18th century and relates them to the revolution of ideas that in England was then transforming gardens into landscapes."...