Denatured visions: landscape and culture in the twentieth century

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Museum of Modern Art, 1991 - Architecture - 143 pages
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Proceeding from the premise that how we shape our physical environment is a fundamental reflection of our culture, this compendium of essays on landscape in the twentieth century evolved from a symposium of distinguished historians, scholars, architects, landscape architects, and artists organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1988.

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Contents

Introduction stuart wrede and william Howard adams
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The Natural and the Manmade vincent scully ig The Garden as Cultural Object john dixon hunt
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Aspects of Landscape in TwentiethCentury Painting ROBERT ROSENBLUM
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