Vienna: Graeser, 1897. Verschiedener Kunstepochen. Folio folder with cloth ties. 11pp of text in German, followed by 54 (of 56) single-sided plates, some in full color with gilt accents, some with spot color, all loose as issued in the cloth-backed printed board case. Wien: Carl Graeser, 1897. Zweite auflage. A very good(+) copy, but lacking plates number 5 & 45. K.K. Osterr. Museum fur Kunst und Industrie.
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Ostfildern-Fuit: Hatje Cantz, 2003. Preface by Ronald S. Lauder. Foreword by Renee Price and Wilfried Seipel. 501 illustration, 189 in color. 400pp., 4to, black boards, d.w. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz, (2003). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Contributions by Markus Bruderlin, William D. Godsey, Jr., Diether Halama, Michael Huey, J. S. Marcus, Sylvia Matti-Wurm, Joseph Rykwert, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Christopher Wilk, and Christian Witt-Dorring.
Grand Rapids: Dean-Hicks Company, 1923. Profusely illustrated with more than 900 images, including 23 color plates. 480 pages. Very thick heavy 4to, gilt-lettered blue cloth with inset picture on front cover (some subtle soiling to cloth), untrimmed edges. Grand Rapids: The Dean-Hicks Company, 1923. A very good copy.
Grand Rapids: Dean-Hicks Company, 1918. Profusely illustrated with 580 images, including 27 color plates, all on coated paper. 458 pages. Very thick heavy 4to, gilt-lettered blue cloth with decorative red vignette on cover, untrimmed edges. Grand Rapids: The Dean-Hicks Company & Philadelphia: Lippincott Company, 1918. First edition. A very near fine bright copy.
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."...