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" Line; but look rude and rustic, with different Pieces of Rock, some of which jut out, and others recede inwards; and are placed with so much Art, that you would take it to be the Work of Nature. "
Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects - Page 67
by Robert Dodsley, Joseph Spence, John Hill - 1762
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A Particular Account of the Emperor of China's Gardens Near Pekin: In a ...

Jean Denis Attiret - Gardens - 1752 - 50 pages
...rude and ruftic, with different Pieces of Rock, fome of which jut out, and others recede inwards; and are placed with fo much Art, that you would take it to be the C Work Work of Nature. In fome Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow ; here it ferpentizes, and...
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Fugitive pieces, on various subjects, Volume 1

William Hay - 1761
...rude and ruftic, with different Pieces of Rock, fomi of which jut out, and others recede inwards ; and are placed with fo much Art, that you would take it...Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow; here it ferpetitifes, and there fpreads away, as if it was really pufhed off by the Hills and Rocks. The Banks...
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Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects: By Several Authors. ... Containing I ...

1765
...which jut out, and others recede inwards ; and are placed with fo much Art, that you would take ;t to be )the Work of Nature. In fome Parts the Water...The Banks are fprinkled with Flowers, which rife up even through the Hollows in the Rock work, as if they had been produced there naturally. They have...
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Gardens Ancient and Modern: an epitome of the literature of the garden-art

Albert Forbes Sieveking - Gardening - 1899 - 423 pages
...different Pieces of Rock, some of which jut out, and others recede inwards; and are pleased with so much Art, that you would take it to be the work of Nature. In some Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow; here it serpentises, and there spreads away, as if...
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The Praise of Gardens: An Epitome of the Literature of the Garden-art with ...

Albert Forbes Sieveking - Gardening - 1899 - 423 pages
...different Pieces of Rock, some of which jut out, and others recede inwards; and are pleased with so much Art, that you would take it to be the work of Nature. In some Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow; here it serpentises, and there spreads away, as if...
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Gardens Ancient and Modern: an epitome of the literature of the garden-art

Albert Forbes Sieveking - Gardening - 1899 - 423 pages
...different Pieces of Rock, some of which jut out, and others recede inwards; and are pleased with so much Art, that you would take it to be the work of Nature. EARL OF CHATHAM 157 In some Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow; here it serpentises, and there...
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English pleasure gardens, by Rose Standish Nichols ; with eleven plans drawn ...

Rose Standish Nichols - 1902 - 324 pages
...different Pieces of Rock, some of which jut out, and others recede inwards ; and are placed with so much Art that you would take it to be the work of Nature. In some Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow ; here it serpentizes and there spreads away, as if...
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Nature and Ideology: Natural Garden Design in the Twentieth Century, Volume 18

Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn - Architecture - 1997 - 278 pages
...different Pieces of Rock, some of which jut out, and others recede inwards; and are placed with so much Art, that you would take it to be the Work of Nature. . . .The Banks are sprinkled with Flowers, which rise up even thro' the Hollows in the Rock-work, as...
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The Chinese Garden: History, Art and Architecture

Maggie Keswick, Charles Jencks, Alison Hardie - Architecture - 2003 - 240 pages
...themselves were edged with different pieces of rock, some jutting out, some receding, but 'plac'd with so much Art that you would take it to be the Work of Nature.' For what was so intriguing was that the whole exquisite park was every bit as manmade as the landscapes...
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Silent City on a Hill: Picturesque Landscapes of Memory and Boston's Mount ...

Blanche Linden-Ward - Architecture - 2007 - 373 pages
...and in a strait Line; but look rude and rustic, with different Pieces of Rock . . . placed with so much Art, that you would take it to be the Work of Nature. In some Parts the Water is wide, in others narrow; here it serpentizes, and there spreads away, as if...
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