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Royal Palace, Queluz

Oliveira, Mateus Vicente de (1706-1785)
NOTES: Work on this palace, designed as a summer retreat for Dom Pedro of Braganza, began in Rococo style in 1747 under the architect Mateus Vicente de Oliveira (1706-1786).

Pavillon de Sevres by night, Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes, Paris 1925

Patout, Pierre (1869-1955)
SOURCE: Michel Roux-Spitz. Batiments et jardins, Exposition des Arts Decoratifs, Paris 1925 (Paris, 1925), pl. 28 NOTES: Andre Ventre and Pierre Patout were the architects of the pavilion while Henri Rapin designed the garden.

Heathcote, Ilkley, West Yorkshire: the south terrace

Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)

Heathcote, Ilkley, West Yorkshire: the south front with parterre garden

Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)

Hampton Court Palace, Richmond upon Thames, London

NOTES: This print was made for Britannia illustrata (London, 1707), vol. 1, pl. 6. See also RIBA10031 for the print in the published work.

Jardin de las Damas (Ladies' Garden), Alcazar, Seville

Resta, Vermondo (1555?-1625)
NOTES: The Jardin de las Damas was already in existence in the 16th century, albeit on a smaller scale. In the early 17th century Vermondo Resta extended and redesigned it, laying out the garden as a large rectangle with eight compartments along a central axis, as seen here with fountains at the intersections of the paths.