By: (Boudinet, Daniel). Fouque, Rene

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(Fontenay-sous-Bois [France]): Stil Editions, (1977).. (1977).. Very good. - Quarto [approximately 12-1/2 inches high by 11 inches wide], black cloth in a pictorial dust wrapper. The covers are slightly bowed & the dust jacket is slightly darkened. 124 pages plus colophon. Profuse full-page photographic illustrations. Very good.

The text is by Rene Fouque and the photographs by Daniel Boudinet. The text is in French.

In the Italian town of Bomarzo, the main atttraction is a garden, the Bosco dei Monstri or Park of Monsters, so called after the many larger-than-life sculptures, some sculpted in the bedrock, which inhabit the landscape. The garden was created by Pier Francesco Orsini, [known as Vicino Orsini;1528- 1588] in memory of his deceased wife. Dust jacket present.


Author Name: (Boudinet, Daniel). Fouque, Rene

Location Published: (Fontenay-sous-Bois [France]): Stil Editions, (1977).: (1977).

Book Condition: Very good

Categories: Architecture

Seller ID: 23883

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