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by Arthur Byne,Mildred Stapley Byne

  • Author: Arthur Byne,Mildred Stapley Byne
  • ISBN: 0764328344
  • ISBN13: 978-0764328343
  • ePub: 1443 kb | FB2: 1928 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Gardening & Landscape Design
  • Publisher: Schiffer Pub Ltd (February 15, 2008)
  • Pages: 272
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 850
  • Format: mobi lit doc lrf
Spanish Gardens and Patios ePub download

com: Spanish Gardens and Patios: Later printing.

com: Spanish Gardens and Patios: Later printing. 4to; pp. 305, (3) advertisements; illustrated with 175 half-tones, four plates in color; top edge gilt. Bookplate; else a very good copy or better in original gilt-stamped blue cloth. The first part of the book deals with Andalusian gardens, including those at Alcazar Palace, Seville, the Muslim gardens of Generalife, Seville and the Alhambra, as well as a few cloister gardens, precursors of the Mission gardens of the New World. The second part deals with typical patios and gardens of Majorca. Originally published in 1924.

Spanish Gardens & Patios book. They focused on glazed polychrome tiles and green foliage as the the primary characteristic of a Spanish garden, in contrast with a "cool white house.

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Schiffer Publishing Spanish Gardens & Patios - Mildred and Arthur Byne explored exceptional Spanish gardens .

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Having met Arthur C Clarke in the late 60's, not long after seeing 2001 for the umpteenth time, I looked forward to reading this book. What happened amazed me. The author presents events, discussing things the way they might have been, and then discussing the final scene or dialog.

Spanish Gardens and Patios (Mildred Stapley Byne) (Arthur Byne). They focused on glazed polychrome tiles and green foliage as the the primary characteristic of a Spanish garden, in contrast with a cool white house. They also turned their attention to patios as the embodiment of indoor garden and outdoor salon.

Amongst other things, Mildred donates a box of George's old gardening .

Amongst other things, Mildred donates a box of George's old gardening magazines because he never does any gardening. However, she is mortified when George tells her that the box of magazines only had gardening magazines on the top and the rest are pornographic. George is unable to book a hotel in Blackpool because the hotels there are full due to Labour holding their conference there. The final caption of the George and Mildred film read "The End - or is it the beginning?" It was to prove to be the former as Yootha Joyce died from portal cirrhosis of the liver due to chronic alcoholism on 24 August 1980, before the film was released.

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Mildred and Arthur Byne explored exceptional Spanish gardens in the 1920s, sketching and photographing them in order to share design ideas with fellow enthusiasts in the United States. They focused on glazed polychrome tiles and green foliage as the the primary characteristic of a Spanish garden, in contrast with a "cool white house." They also turned their attention to patios as the embodiment of "indoor garden and outdoor salon." This book is their legacy, and offers a multitude of ideas in the forms of architecture, hardscaping, and landscaping. It is also a wonderful tour of historic gardens, including the Alhambra, and gardens of notables including the Duke of Medinaceli, the Duke of Alva, Seville, and the Marques de Viana, Cordova. Regions covered include Granada, Ronda, Las Ermitas, Sierra de Cordova, and Majorca.
Jockahougu
This book has very interesting and useful information about the history and design of Spanish gardens. Living in the arid southwest, I was looking for information that would help me design a garden that is compatible with the climate. I found much that is useful in this book. It doesn't have garden plans, but instead includes much insight and information that is helpful in thinking about a design for my own particular plot.

The authors have a curious style of writing, much more formal than most of today's writing - if I didn't know that it was copyrighted in 2008, I would have thought it was written in the early 1900s. But it's not hard to read, it's just different from the more modern writing style.

It's an expensive-looking book, printed on heavy shiny paper. My one criticism of it is that all the illustrations are in black and white. It's disappointing that none of them are in color, especially since one of the primary features of Spanish gardens is the use of polychrome tiles and pottery. I would have loved to have color pictures - now I'll have to search google images!
RuTGamer
I gave this book as a gift to my children's Spanish teacher. Yes, it is printed in black & white. Yes, it is dated. But it is impressively heavy, and it covers what unfortunately is rather esoteric, but in my opinion essential to a life well-lived, about the history of Spanish patio gardens. I look forward to recreating one myself in Florida for my babies. I have a book of Portuguese tiles that supplements this book nicely.
Rivik
Great Illustrations & Sketchings from the author. Very inspiring for the classic vintage lover.
Wetiwavas
Thank you
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