Beatrix Farrand's American landscapes: her gardens and campuses
Sagapress, Jun 1, 1985 - Architecture - 215 pages
Best known for her work at Princeton, Yale, and Dumbarton Oaks, Farrand (1872-1959), the niece of Edith Wharton, was among the greatest of landscape designers. She synthesized the best European traditions to create a uniquely American style.
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