Oriental Gardens: An Illustrated History
Chronicle Books, 1992 - Gardening - 125 pages
The authors, both of the British Library, discuss the history, development, context, and significance of gardens as depicted in the miniature paintings of Ottoman Turkey, Iran, and India, and the watercolors, woodblock prints, and manuscripts of China, Japan, and Southeast Asia. Some 120 illustrations from the British Library collections are elegantly presented (most in color). Annotation © Book News, Inc., Portland, OR--From publisher description.
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