W.R. Guilfoyle 1840-1912 The Master of Landscaping

$34.50

First Edition, 1974. Fine binding, with no owner inscriptions, in near fine dust jacket. Guilfoyle was the designer of Melbourne's spectacular Royal Botanic Gardens, a landscape "canvas" of some 90 acres, and described by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as "absolutely the most beautiful place" that he had ever seen.  Illustrated endpapers. 153 pp protected by clear, removable mylar sleeve.

Author: Pescott, R.T.M

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1974

Binding: Hardcover

Binding Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket: Near Fine

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