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View of trees and fields in the grounds of Langley Park, Beckenham, London, following proposed alterations: perspective showing an ornamental lake, bridge and garden temple

Repton, Humphry (1752-1818)
NOTES: This sketch is one of a number from Humphrey Repton's 'Red Book' for Langley Park, Beckenham, London, one of the seats of Sir Peter Burrell (1790). Repton would produce a Red Book for each of his proposed landscape schemes. These bound volumes of essays and watercolours served as persuasive marketing tools for his work and included both 'before' and 'after' views of the development sites utilising overlaid paper flaps to indicate Repton's suggested improvements.

Dana-Thomas residence, Springfiled, Illinois: the courtyard

Wright, Frank Lloyd (1867-1959)

Old Barn, Common Road, Stanmore, London: house seen from the garden

NOTES: The house was a 17th century tithe barn from Worcestershire, moved and converted into a house.

Palladian Bridge, Stowe, Buckinghamshire

Gibbs, James (1682-1754)
NOTES: The design of the bridge is attributed to James Gibbs.

Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte: the south front with parterres

Le Notre, Andre (1613-1700)
NOTES: The architect was Louis Le Vau, the landscape architect was Andre le Notre, and Charles le Brun was responsible for the interiors.

Clandon Park, West Clandon, Surrey: the garden front

Brown, Lancelot, 'Capability' (1716-1783)
NOTES: Clandon Park was rebuilt in Palladian style for 2nd Lord Onslow by the Venetian-born architect, Giacomo Leoni, c.1730-1733. Work on the interiors continued into the 1740s. The grounds were landscaped by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in the 1770s.

Design for a garden: plan I

NOTES: This is one of three designs for an unidentified garden found loose in albums of drawings by A W N Pugin for Scarisbrick Hall.

Design for a fountain in the gardens at Buckingham Palace, London

Nesfield, William Andrews (1793-1881)