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Fine + in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 136pp, b&w and full-colour photos and reproductions throughout. Book as new, blue boards with white lettering, very slight chipping to bottom edge of back cover. Full-colour dust jacket very good but top and bottom edges and top spine have some curling and chipping. A detailed examination of the famous artists' colony in Cornish, New Hampshire, that included sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, illustrator Maxfield Parrish and architect Charles Platt. The book examines both their work and the gardens they created that both inspired and refreshed them. Includes dozens of archival photos of the resident artists and their families and full-colour reproductions of the artwork the Cornish landscape inspired. The second part offers scholarly portraits of twelve of the gardens created by the colony's most notable artists.
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