Piranesi (Book Review)

A. Samuel
1911 Town planning review  
Gradually this account of Bagatelle leads the reader from the past into the present, and ends up showing the new rose garden and describing the actual plants and shrubs which have recently been planted. Though the immediate setting of the Pavilion was formal, the gardens as laid out in 1770 by the anglomaniac Comte d' Artois, were in the romantic style called "anglo-Chinese," and picturesque they have remained up to the present, as another example of formal architecture and picturesque setting.
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