Hunt traces the gradual movement from formal regularity towards a carefully calculated naturalness, and the beginnings of this trend in the seventeenth century, with detailed references to letters, literary and critical works, biographies, paintings prints and drawings. 272 pages, 75 b&w plates. Brown cloth in dustjacket sunned at spine, closed tear at at foot of spine.
Hunt, John Dixon, The Figure in the Landscape: Poetry, Painting, and Gardening during the Eighteenth Century, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976
Cadell, W.A., A journey in Carniola, Italy, and France, in the years 1817, 1818, containing remarks relating to language, geography, history, antiquities, natural history, science, painting, sculpture, architecture, agriculture, the mechanical arts and Manufactures., Printed for Archibald Constable & Co 1820