By John Dixon Hunt
London   Thames & Hudson
10" by 9" xiii, 273pp.
The first edition of this profusely illustrated study on the theoretical basis of gardening by John Dixon Hunt, previously owned by art historian Sir Roy Strong.
By John Dixon Hunt

2000 Greater Perfections: The Practice of Garden Theory

London   Thames & Hudson
10" by 9" xiii, 273pp.
The first edition of this profusely illustrated study on the theoretical basis of gardening by John Dixon Hunt, previously owned by art historian Sir Roy Strong.
£175.00
: 0.75kgs / : 906Z29

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First Edition, Illustrated, Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, With Dustwrapper

The first edition. 

Previously owned by Sir Roy Strong, an English art historian, landscape designer and author who also served as the director of both the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. 

In the publisher's original cloth with the original unclipped dust wrapper. 

This work was written by John Dixon Hunt, an English landscape historian, author and professor. The work provides an in depth study into garden history in which Hunt seeks to articulate the theoretical and conceptual bases of gardening.

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth with the original unclipped dust wrappers. Externally lovely with only a slight lean and a bookplate belonging to 'Roy Strong' to the front pastedown. The wrap is excellent with only slight marks and minimal edgewear. Internally firmly bound with clean and bright pages.

Fine

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