The Gardens of Russell Page
The Pepsico headquarters in Purchase, New York, The Frick Museum in New York City, the Festival Gardens in Battersea Park in London--in this course of a career that spanned most of the 20th century, Russell Page designed more gardens than anyone in history. Using Page's private files and unpublished writings, this book reveals the man himself and captures the essence of his extraordinary work. 250 full-color photographs.
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Agnelli allee architecture azaleas beds Belders border Boudin bove box-edged buildings chateau clients clipped color composition countryside courtyard create cypress designing gardens Education eighteenth-century enclosed England entrance Farm flowering shrubs fountain France French Frick friends Gabrielle van Zuylen garden design Genthod Gertrude Jekyll Giovanni Agnelli grass green ground Guy de Rothschild Hemelrijk hillside hornbeam hostas Italy Kiluna kitchen garden l'Ecurie lake landscape architect lavender lawn Leeds Castle lilies loggia Longleat House Mivoisin olive trees Opposite Ortiz-Patino Paris park parterre paths pattern PepsiCo pink placed plans plants pleached pond Poorteres projects receding pages rectangular pool rose garden Russell Page Russell Page designed Russell Page's San Liberato Schloss Freudenberg sculpture shade shrubs side Silvio Pellico slope Sotogrande Stephane Boudin stone surrounding swimming pool terrace Tor San Lorenzo umbrella pines Unpublished papers Varaville Vert Bois Villa Silvio Pellico Villar Perosa Vilmorin yew hedges