Ex Horto: Dumbarton Oaks Texts in Garden and Landscape Studies

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Dumbarton Oaks Anthology of Chinese Garden LiteratureThe Dumbarton Oaks Anthology of Chinese Garden LiteratureHardie, Alison
Campbell, Duncan M.
HARDCOVER03/03/2020$70.00
Cover: Travel Report: An Apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s Kitchen Gardens and Greenhouses at Knowsley, EnglandTravel Report: An Apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s Kitchen Gardens and Greenhouses at Knowsley, EnglandJancke, Hans
Wolschke-Bulmahn, Joachim
Hale, Mic
PAPERBACK09/09/2013$34.95
Cover: Thirty-Six Views: The Kangxi Emperor’s Mountain Estate in Poetry and PrintsThirty-Six Views: The Kangxi Emperor’s Mountain Estate in Poetry and PrintsKangxi
Strassberg, Richard E.
HARDCOVER03/21/2016$50.00
Cover: Garden Culture of the Twentieth CenturyGarden Culture of the Twentieth CenturyMigge, Leberecht
Haney, David H.
PAPERBACK08/26/2013$39.95
Cover: Theory of GardensTheory of GardensMorel, Jean-Marie
Disponzio, Joseph
Cooperman, Emily T.
PAPERBACK09/03/2019$35.95
Cover: Letters of a Dead ManLetters of a Dead ManPückler-Muskau, Hermann von
Parshall, Linda B.
HARDCOVER03/21/2016$75.00
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