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La Theorie Et La Pratique Du Jardinage, Ou L'On Traite A Fond Des Beaux Jardins apelles communement Les Jardins De Plaisance Et De Proprete, etc...... by  Antoine-Joseph Dezailler D'Argenville - New Edition - 1713 - from Royoung bookseller, Inc. (SKU: 20425)

La Theorie Et La Pratique Du Jardinage, Ou L'On Traite A Fond Des Beaux Jardins apelles communement Les Jardins De Plaisance Et De Proprete, etc......

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La Theorie Et La Pratique Du Jardinage, Ou L'On Traite A Fond Des Beaux Jardins apelles communement Les Jardins De Plaisance Et De Proprete, etc......

by Dezailler D'Argenville, Antoine-Joseph

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Paris: Jean Mariette, 1713. New Edition. leather_bound. Contemporary full French calf. Very good. 293 [1] [XII] pages. 25.5 x 19.5 cm. 38 engraved plates by Mariette and C. Lucas after Dezailler and Alexandre Le Blond, including 29 double-page and 9 folding, mostly mounted on guards. Enlarged second edition of the important French treatise on garden design, first published 1709. This edition contains a new preface and six new engravings. the book was originally published under the author's initials alone, and was later also published under the name of its illustrator, Le Blond. BERLIN KAT. 3463. FOWLER 170. "This book, in which the methods of the great Le Notre (1513-1700) were reduced to a system, remains to this day the standard authority on the formal garden. It was written by D'Argenville the elder, under the instructions and supervision of the architect, J.B. Alexandre Le Blond...." HUNT 421. Engraved bookplate, Safstaholm, Bibliothek, contents clean, raised bands, spine panels richly gilt, nicks to joints and corners, binding tight.

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Bookseller
Royoung bookseller, Inc. US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
20425
Title
La Theorie Et La Pratique Du Jardinage, Ou L'On Traite A Fond Des Beaux Jardins apelles communement Les Jardins De Plaisance Et De Proprete, etc......
Author
Dezailler D'Argenville, Antoine-Joseph
Format/binding
Leather_bound
Book condition
Used - Contemporary full French calf. Very good
Quantity available
1
Edition
New Edition
Publisher
Jean Mariette
Place of Publication
Paris
Date published
1713
Keywords
Landscape Architecture
Bookseller catalogs
Architecture; Gardening; Art Reference;

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bookplate
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