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Charlotte Frost 5h
[forthcoming exhibition] Play, Protest and Pelicans: A People's History of London's Royal Parks - Garden Museum
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Charlotte Frost 15h
Research grants | The Georgian Group
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Charlotte Frost 8h
[Sir Roderick Floud, 5 November, London] Dams, Radiators and The Shard: The Legacy of English Gardening
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Charlotte Frost 4h
[new-to-me resource via ] | Sharing Richmond Park's history
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Charlotte Frost Oct 17
[lost track of whose HT got me here, but big thank you whoever you are] Registered Parks and Gardens at Risk | Historic England
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Mosaic A. Journal Oct 12
In issue 52.3, Yu Liu explores how “the Chinese notion of beauty without order ignited in time the radical change of the English horticultural ideal from the regularity and discipline of classical European art to the irregularity and freedom of nature.”
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Thomas Mickey Oct 14
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Advolly Oct 17
Was Lancelot a visionary or a vandal? Group discussion
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Charlotte Frost Oct 13
[one of my favourites] Early American Gardens & Farms: Garden Art History - Preparing the Flower Beds 1625
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Charlotte Frost Oct 13
Visiting Fellowship | University of Glasgow Library | Enfilade
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Charlotte Frost Oct 13
Fellowships | Bard Graduate Center, 2020–21 | Enfilade
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BBC Gardeners World Oct 11
You're in for a treat tonight as garden historian, Advolly Richmond, uncovers the secrets behind the Painswick Rococo Garden where guests used to party hard back in the 18th century. The gates open at 8.00pm, so don't be late🍷
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Garden History Research Foundation (NZ) Oct 17
The Oamaru Public Gardens are one of NZs oldest. In 1876, James Kidd, Borough Gardener, undertook the task of straightening Oamaru Creek, and forming Mirror Lake, which was soon planted with exotic trees.
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Advolly Oct 17
Good morning lovelies! On the sardine express heading to that marvelous conurbation for our 4th week Introduction to and the sun is shining 😀
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Charlotte Frost Oct 13
Early European Gardens & Farms: 1710 Greater London Garden
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Tamsin Westhorpe Oct 13
Just been watching on iPlayer. Great job Advolly.
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Advolly Oct 12
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Nic Oct 15
Lovely details of irrigation and horticulture - from a Ramayana series, Kangra, c. 1780; “Garden of Epics - A Private Collection of Indian Paintings,” Christie’s, 10 June 2013, Lot 25
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Charlotte Frost Oct 13
Garden History Collections | Institute of Historical Research
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Advolly Oct 10
Lovely few hours spent with some of our students looking and putting into context the 17th century formal gardens A rare survival indeed. Huge thanks to gen. manager Glynis Powell😊
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