Michel Conan

Michel Conan is the former Director of Garden and Landscape Studies at Dumbarton Oaks.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Gardens, City Life and Culture: A World TourGardens, City Life and Culture: A World TourConan, Michel
Chen, Wangheng
Cover: Gardens and Cultural Change: A Pan-American PerspectiveGardens and Cultural Change: A Pan-American PerspectiveConan, Michel
Quilter, Jeffrey
Cover: Botanical Progress, Horticultural Innovations, and Cultural ChangesBotanical Progress, Horticultural Innovations, and Cultural ChangesConan, Michel
Kress, W. John
Cover: Contemporary Garden Aesthetics, Creations and InterpretationsContemporary Garden Aesthetics, Creations and InterpretationsConan, MichelPAPERBACK06/30/2007$35.00
Cover: Performance and Appropriation: Profane Rituals in Gardens and LandscapesPerformance and Appropriation: Profane Rituals in Gardens and LandscapesConan, MichelPAPERBACK06/30/2007$40.00
Cover: Baroque Garden Cultures: Emulation, Sublimation, SubversionBaroque Garden Cultures: Emulation, Sublimation, SubversionConan, MichelHARDCOVER01/01/2005$50.00
Cover: Perspectives on Garden HistoriesPerspectives on Garden HistoriesConan, MichelHARDCOVER01/01/1999$35.00
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