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A Garden of Eternity : The Codex Liechtenstein by H Walter Lack

£99.99

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The Codex Liechtenstein include landscapes and views of garden and long vanished world of greenhouses and formal gardens of the time of Maria Theresa and her sons Joseph II and Leopold Xi'an appreciation how the Bauer brothers made their drawings and how they used a code to specify the colours to illustrate the plants and the refinement they produced in their watercolour paintings.Also documented is the dramatic rescue of the Codex Liechtenstein during the Second World Wares work of outstanding quality and a tribute to human skill.Most drawings in colour with text.Dust jacket with drawing of flower , red and black lettering with cream background, book cover in dark green with patterned crest in gold with gold lettering on spine.In excellent condition throughout

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Author(s):
Lack H Walter
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
36cm x 32cm x 4cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
343
Publisher:
Benteli Publishers Berne
Title:
A Garden of Eternity : The Codex Liechtenstein

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The Codex Liechtenstein include landscapes and views of garden and long vanished world of greenhouses and formal gardens of the time of Maria Theresa and her sons Joseph II and Leopold Xi'an appreciation how the Bauer brothers made their drawings and how they used a code to specify the colours to illustrate the plants and the refinement they produced in their watercolour paintings.Also documented is the dramatic rescue of the Codex Liechtenstein during the Second World Wares work of outstanding quality and a tribute to human skill.Most drawings in colour with text.Dust jacket with drawing of flower , red and black lettering with cream background, book cover in dark green with patterned crest in gold with gold lettering on spine.In excellent condition throughout

Author(s):
Lack H Walter
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
36cm x 32cm x 4cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
343
Publisher:
Benteli Publishers Berne
Title:
A Garden of Eternity : The Codex Liechtenstein

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