Interior Landscapes: Gardens and the Domestic Environment

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Chronicling the imaginative work of bringing the natural world indoors as well as describing the history of decoration and changing tastes, Rees shows how gardens and landscapes have long been prominent motifs in the decorative arts--becoming natural subjects for the needleworker, fresco painter, weaver, and tapestry maker. 58 illustrations.

Interior Landscapes: Gardens and the Domestic Environment 1993, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801844676

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