Site and sight in the garden

Elizabeth Kryder-Reid (Editor), D.Fairchild Ruggles (Editor)

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The issue presents a range of theoretical and methodological approaches to vision in gardens from the ancient world to the present day. Our introductory essay and the issue as a whole present the garden as not simply the aesthetic manifestation of human values and the conception of humankind within the natural world, but also as an important agent in shaping those perceptions.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages66
JournalThe Journal of Garden History
Volume14
StatePublished - 1994

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Natural World
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Site and sight in the garden. / Kryder-Reid, Elizabeth (Editor); Ruggles, D.Fairchild (Editor).

In: The Journal of Garden History, Vol. 14, 1994.

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