Jardins Anglo-Chinois

Topographical Print
1770-1787 (published)
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1 of 462 plates showing gardens, garden temples, fountains, follies etc., and houses in France, England, Italy, Germany and China. The series, with 4 additional plates of similar subjects, in two volumes full-bound in calf, gold tooled, each lettered on the spine with title.


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Categories
Object Type
Additional TitleDétail des nouveaux jardins à la mode (assigned by artist)
Materials and Techniques
Engraving and etching
Brief Description
1 of 462 plates bound into a volume, comprising cahiers 1-4 and 6-20 of the 'Jardins Anglo-Chinois', by various printmakers and published by Georges Louis Le Rouge, Paris 1770-1787.
Physical Description
1 of 462 plates showing gardens, garden temples, fountains, follies etc., and houses in France, England, Italy, Germany and China. The series, with 4 additional plates of similar subjects, in two volumes full-bound in calf, gold tooled, each lettered on the spine with title.
Bibliographic References
  • Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Prints and Drawings and Department of Paintings Accessions 1953 London: HMSO, 1963
  • Berlin Staatliche Museen, Katalog der Ornamentstich-Sammlung der Staatlichen Kunstbibliothek Berlin, Berlin and Leipzig, 1936-39, 3312.
  • J. Dixon Hunt and M. Conan (ed.s), Tradition and Innovation in French Garden Art: Chapters of a New History, Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press, 2002, p. 115.
Collection
Accession Number
E.998-1953

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