Gardens

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Book Shorts

The relationships of artists and their gardens are well illustrated in this book

Gardens have inspired artists in many ways, not least directly in the case of those who painted their own plots, as this new book shows

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In the frame

The Morgan maps out a garden of enchantment

Plan calls for colourful beds, outdoor antiquities and a lighting scheme to showcase the museum’s architecture

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Brazil

Unesco visit brings new growth to Roberto Burle Marx’s home and garden

Brazil funds major renovation of landscape architect's lush estate, which could become a World Heritage site in 2020

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Book Shorts

New York’s gardens, parks, flower markets and florists captured in new book

Volume uncovers floral wealth of the US metropolis

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Book Shorts

A picture book of avant-garde gardens and gardening

Not a guide nor a history, but a collection of unusual gardens and their makers

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Heritage

Lush historic gardens bloom once more in Agra, India

The World Monuments Fund announces the completion of a four-year conservation effort

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Books

Charting Vanbrugh's contribution to the development of the 18th-century garden.

Christopher Ridgway and Robert Williams (eds), Sir John Vanburgh and landscape architecture: art and design in baroque England, 1690-1730

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Historic houses

Sutton Place, the Surrey estate owned by a succession of America art collectors, has appeared on the market

£25 million is asked for the Tudor manor once called home by John Paul Getty

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Exhibitions

Roberto Burle Marx as the first landscape gardener to be exhibited by MoMA

The New York gallery shows gardens are art too