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Humphry Repton landscape gardener 1752-1818

Carter, George

Humphry Repton landscape gardener 1752-1818

46th Norfolk and Norwich Triennial Festival : an exhibition at Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts ... 21 September-31 October 1982 and at Victoria & Albert Museum ... 1 December-20 February 1983

by Carter, George

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Published by Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Repton, Humphry, -- 1752-1818.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 122-127.

    StatementGeorge Carter, Patrick Goode, Kedrun Laurie.
    ContributionsGoode, Patrick, 1948-, Laurie, Kedrun, Norfolk and Norwich Triennial Festival, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB470.R4, SB470R46 C37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 176 p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20345671M
    ISBN 100946009031

    The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (–), was innovative and prolific, undertaking more than four hundred commissions during his thirty-year career. Repton worked for a wide variety of clients, notably the dukes of Portland and Bedford, and on many kinds of sites throughout runrevlive.com: $ ‘Humphry Repton, Landscape Gardener, ’ Peter H. Goodchild, Director of the GARLAND Trust (The Garden and Landscape Heritage Trust) ‘The Art of Concealment and the Concealment of Art’ Camilla Beresford, Consultant Landscape Architect and Historian ‘Humphry Repton at Woburn, Bedfordshire: Before and After the Red Book’.

    The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (), was innovative and prolific, undertaking more than four hundred commissions during his thirty-year career. Repton worked for a wide variety of clients, notably the dukes of Portland and Bedford, and on many kinds of sites throughout England. Jun 02,  · Now on view at Woburn Abbey: Humphry Repton: Art & Nature for the Duke of Bedford Woburn Abbey, 23 March -- 28 October Curated by Matthew Hirst and Victoria Poulton When the 6th Duke of Bedford inherited Woburn in , he commissioned the famous landscape gardener, Humphry Repton (–), to create designs to enhance.

    Jul 31,  · Humphry Repton. Humphry Repton (–) was a general merchant by training, but he moved to the countryside when his business failed. There he devoted most of his time to his garden as well as his talents for drawing and writing, and in he became a professional landscape gardener. May 18,  · According to Carter, Goode & Laurie's Humphry Repton Landscape Gardener , Repton's Red Books were written in various copperplate hands, possibly his own or even those of his sons and daughters. His trade cards were very valuable advertisements, luxury extras demanded by his clients; taking him from three to seven days to complete, he.


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Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardener, [George Carter] on runrevlive.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Humphry Repton, landscape gardener, by George Carter (Book) Published to commemorate the bicentenary of Repton's death, this book provides a brief overview of Repton's work in Hertfordshire and is followed by transcriptions of the complete texts of all seven known Red Books that he prepared for places in Hertfordshire, together.

Humphrey Repton () Humphrey Repton was born in Bury St. Edmunds inthe son of a successful tax collector. When he became of age, Repton was expected by his family to become a merchant but he did not display a natural aptitude for business.

Repton outlined his principles of landscape gardening in his book ‘Observations on. Humphry Repton was a minor squire who had worked in business and as a farmer. Inat the age of 36, he decided to take up the profession of landscape gardener.

A series of commissions led Humphry Repton to publish a book of Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening in The famous ‘Red Books’ were produced by the landscape designer Humphry Repton ( - ) to present to his clients to showcase his design proposals.

They were small, filled with handwritten text and watercolour paintings, and bound with the red Morocco leather that gives them their name.

The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (–), was innovative and prolific, undertaking more than four hundred commissions during his thirty-year career.

Repton worked for a wide variety of clients, notably the dukes of Portland and Bedford, and on many kinds of sites throughout runrevlive.com Range: $ - $ 15 Jan - Repton was a talented artist, surveyor, and horticulturist, and combined these skills to become the first self-titled landscape gardener.

He was employed by the 6th Duke in the early 19th century to design a new layout for the gardens and grounds around Woburn Abbey. Join our Repton study day by emailing [email protected] Aug 11,  · The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (–), was innovative and prolific, undertaking more than four hundred commissions during his thirty-year career.

Repton worked for a wide variety of clients, notably the dukes of Portland and Bedford, and on many kinds of sites throughout England. May 18,  · Another Red Book of Sunning Hill that Repton had produced a month before the present is described in Humphry Repton Landscape Gardenered.

George Carter, Patrick Goode and Kedrun Laurie, London: Victoria & Albert Museum. Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardener, by George; Patrick Goode and Kedrun Laurie CARTER.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, First Paperback Edition. Paperback. Very Good. b/w Illustration. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall oblong. in pictorial wraps, 4tooblong, pp. Illustrated. light shelfwear and rubbing to extremities. The landscape gardening and landscape architecture of the late Humphry Repton, esq.: being his entire works on these subjects / with an historical and scientific introduction, a sytematic analysis, a biographical notice, notes, and a copious alphabe Repton, Humphry, [ Book: ].

Jan 13,  · The leading garden-maker at the turn of the 19th century, Humphry Repton (–) was a man of feeling, as well as business.

On the eve of his bicentenary, Steven Desmond charts the fortunes and misfortunes of one of the best-loved luminaries of English gardening’s history. Repton, Humphry (), landscape gardener This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are.

Oct 24,  · Our new exhibition celebrates Humphry Repton ( – ) and his rare and beautiful Red Books. See how Repton’s career unfolded in this special exhibition which brings together Red Books and watercolour paintings, many never publicly displayed before, to. Humphry Repton () succeeded 'Capability' Brown as head gardener at Hampton Court and was the first to assume the title of landscape gardener.

His designs were used at Antony House, Bowood, Clumber Park, Hatchlands, Plas Newydd, Sheffield Park, Sheringham Park, Tatton Park, and Wimpole Hall, among other prominent locations. Book Description Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, Softcover.

Dark green & illus. wraps, pp., + BW illus., 6 color plates. Issued in conjunction with several exhibitions illustrating the work of 18th-century English landscape designer Humphry runrevlive.com Range: £25 - £ The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (), was innovative and prolific, undertaking more than four hundred commissions during his thirty-year career.

Repton worked for a wide variety of clients, notably the dukes of Portland and Bedford, and on many kinds of sites throughout runrevlive.com: Stephen Daniels. Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardening and the Geography of Georgian England (The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) [Stephen Daniels] on runrevlive.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (–), was innovative and prolificCited by: Humphry Repton by Jason P. Humphry (not Humphrey) Repton () was born in in England, the son of a prosperous tax collector.

He was expected to enter commerce, but several early attempts at business were dismal failures. Repton made many acquaintances when he lived in Ireland, and offered his services as an "improver of the landscape". He engaged Humphry Repton () to produce plans for a new walled kitchen garden, pleasure grounds and plantations.

Repton was paid for a Red Book but that is lost. However, Repton’s letters to his client survive as do detailed bills for all the work carried out, in the very large Jervoise family archive at Hampshire Record Office.Book Description Yale University Press, United States, Hardback.

Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. The leading landscape gardener of later Georgian England, Humphry Repton (), was innovative and prolific, undertaking more than four hundred commissions during his thirty-year runrevlive.com Range: £ - £English landscape gardener and architect.

From the description of Autobiographical letter, May 1. (Unknown). A Repton Red Book design typically summarized conclusions reached by Repton and his client during his visits to the client's estate. Repton, Humphry, Humphry Repton architecture and landscape designs,