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