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Irish gardens and demesnes from 1830

by Edward Greenway Malins

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Published by Rizzoli in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Gardens -- Ireland -- Design -- History

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdward Malins and Patrick Bowe.
      ContributionsBowe, Patrick, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB466.I65 M35 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination190 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4117946M
      ISBN 100847803422
      LC Control Number80051500

      Vandra Costello has taught courses on garden history at University College Dublin, University of Ulster and University of Limerick. She has published articles on topics in Irish garden history between the 17th and 19th centuries and is the garden editor of Image Living & Interiors magazine.   A German translation, Living Garden, was published in (by Verlag Freies Geistesleben). The Irish Garden is her second book. It will be the first major book on Irish gardens in well over a decade. Jane lives and gardens in Dun Laoghaire, a coastal town near Dublin. She manages her garden organically, and with respect to the rhythms of nature/5(16).

      Edward Malins and Patrick Bowe, Irish Gardens and Demesnes from , Barrie & Jenkins, Edward Malins and The Knight of Glin, Lost Demesnes, Barrie & Jenkins, Jane Meredith, ‘A Capital Tale: Some Relicts of Pearce’s Parliament House Rediscovered’, Irish Arts Review Yearbook, Vol Nearly sixty gardens, in both the Republic and Northern Ireland, are covered. The book is laid out thematically, taking the reader on a horticultural tour, from the grand old demesnes of the Anglo-Irish ascendancy to the intensely personal creations of today’s passionate plantspeople and garden makers.

      Great Gardens of America. Ross, Ruth Isabel. A Year in an Irish Garden. Sackville-West, Vita. The Illustrated Garden Book. Sackville-West, Vita. Vita Sackville-West’s Garden Book. Sackville-West, Vita. In Your Garden Again. Smit, Tim. Heligan: the Complete Works. Spencer-Jones, Rae. Gardens you must see before you die. PStuare-Smith, Tom. All information in this entry not otherwise attributed is from E. Malins & P. Bowe, Irish Gardens and Demesnes from (), , and from the chapter on Nevin in E. Charles Nelson & Eileen M. McCracken, The Brightest Jewel: a history of the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin (), , which see for further details of Niven.


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Hardback; x mm; light green boards with titles in silver on spine; pages; pictorial endpapers; XIV colour plates, other illustrations within text. Original unclipped dust jacket. The book is in very good condition.

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The Irish Garden sets out to give an account of nearly 60 of the most striking gardens on the Island of Ireland today. All are open to the public and greatly vary in size, type and age. The book is laid out thematically, taking us through a grand tour of gardens, from the grand old demesnes of the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy to the characterful.

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The book is coffee-table sized to be sure; at nearly four hundred glossy 10”x12” pages and weighing more than six pounds it is not a book to read at the beach or while lazing in bed/5(30). Demesnes and landscape garden design were part of a wave of interest in moral, social and economic improvement copiously illustrated with diagrams, maps and photographs, [this book] makes an important addition to our knowledge of Irish landscape history and its location in the broader English and European worlds’, Patrick J.

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During the same period there has been a steady accumulation of books and articles on Irish garden history, such as the early pioneering books Lost demesnes () by Edward Malins and the Knight of Glin, Irish gardens and demesnes from () by Edward Malins and Patrick Bowe, and A history of gardening in Ireland () by Keith Lamb and Patrick Bowe.

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Sources: 1. Hyams, Edward. Irish Gardens. London: Macdonald, 2. Malins, Edward, Patrick Bowe. Irish Gardens and Demesnes from New York: Rizzoli,  The Irish Garden, A Cultural History by Peter Dale, Illustrated by Brian Lalor. What is it that makes an Irish garden different?

Devon, Cornwall, western Scotland and, indeed, many parts of England have basic conditions very similar to those in Irish gardens yet our gardens differ and it is this difference and the reasons for this difference that Peter Dale examines and seeks to clarify in.Visit over forty of Ireland's most beautiful gardens without moving from your armchair with this stunning book, ranging from the grand old demesnes of the Anglo-Irish ascendancy to the intensely personal creations of passionate plantsmen and garden makers.

Visitors to Ireland are often surprised at the 'palm trees' that make so many gardens.