The Enclosure Of The Garden From Its Origins.: Since Eden Garden To The Landscape Garden (Landscape History #1) (Paperback)

The Enclosure Of The Garden From Its Origins.: Since Eden Garden To The Landscape Garden (Landscape History #1) By Audrey Salaverria Galvan Cover Image
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This small book is a brief historical synthesis of the evolution of the garden towards the concept of the landscape, from the analysis of its limits and its enclosures.In this book you will learn everything you need about the concept of the landscape and its definitions, the enclosure of the garden from its origins, the evolution of the enclosure towards a theatricality of the Renaissance Garden, the Baroque Garden and its scenery, the French Garden and its decor, finally we will analyze the English Garden where becomes landscape.This book is meant to be a key to knowledge towards understanding the contemporary landscape and landscape of the twentieth century. It is dedicated to all students of undergraduate and postgraduate who are interested in the study of the landscape, and wish to quickly acquire the most important knowledge for an effective historical understanding of the study of the landscape.In this book you will find pictures, and examples of interesting case studies, we will look at William Shenstone and the "Garden of Leasowes", Charles Bridgeman and William Kent and the "Stowe Garden", and many more.We will also analyze the most important ideological concepts of contemporary landscape creators such as Nicoulas Poussin, Claudio de Lorena, Gian Paolo Panini, Salvator Rosa and Jacob Van Ruisdael.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781541054806
ISBN-10: 1541054806
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: December 10th, 2016
Pages: 120
Language: English
Series: Landscape History