“PLAN COLORIÉ EN 4 PARTIES” appartenant à La Première Partie…

“PLAN COLORIÉ EN 4 PARTIES” appartenant à La Première Partie : L’ART DU JARDINIER- PAYSAGISTE; GUIDE PRATIQUE DU JARDINIER-PAYSAGISTE. by SIEBECK, R(udolph). < >
  • Another image of “PLAN COLORIÉ EN 4 PARTIES” appartenant à La Première Partie : L’ART DU JARDINIER- PAYSAGISTE; GUIDE PRATIQUE DU JARDINIER-PAYSAGISTE. by SIEBECK, R(udolph).
  • Another image of “PLAN COLORIÉ EN 4 PARTIES” appartenant à La Première Partie : L’ART DU JARDINIER- PAYSAGISTE; GUIDE PRATIQUE DU JARDINIER-PAYSAGISTE. by SIEBECK, R(udolph).

“PLAN COLORIÉ EN 4 PARTIES” appartenant à La Première Partie : L’ART DU JARDINIER- PAYSAGISTE; GUIDE PRATIQUE DU JARDINIER-PAYSAGISTE. A L'Usage Des Proprietaires, Amateurs, Architectes, Ingenieurs, Jardiniers, Etc.

The four large hand-colored folding plates to Siebeck’s third French edition, translated from the German by J. Rothchild. These four plates - in this example, linen-backed into two - form a stunning and very large colored lithographed image 72 x 54 inches wide, that is most often missing from this third Parisian edition. Siebeck, director of public parks and gardens for the city of Vienna, had considerable success with his park and garden plans, and with his writing; in addition to his German publications, his work was translated into French and English (Joseph Newton's PICTURESQUE GARDEN PLANS, 1864; THE LANDSCAPE GARDENER, 1876; and R.H. Westley's ELEMENTS OF THE ART OF LANDSCAPE GARDENING, 1861). This enormous plan accompanied the combination of two titles which had originally appeared separately: ELEMENTS D'HORTICULTURE OU JARDINS PITTORESQUES... and GUIDE PRATIQUE DU JARDINIER-PPAYSAGISTE. The former was issued with the four plates that combined to form one very large plan, and the latter with the 24 separate plates. These would correspond with the original German editions, DIE ELEMENTE DE LANDSCHAFTSGARTENKUNST IN EINEM PLANE DARGESTELLT...Leipzig, 1861, and IDEEN ZU KLEINEN GARTEN-ANLAGEN AUF VIERUNDZWANZIG COLORITEN PLANEN. Leipzig (1857-) 60. sEE gANAY 269, 3RD EDITION, 1870 for a complete explanation. The large hand-colored plan, composed of four folding plates, shows the outline of buildings, a long body of flowing water which forms a lake at one point, and several winding roads or paths interrupted by structures and lined with carefully placed individual or massed deciduous and coniferous trees. Rare and striking. Yes, that enormous plan. See Dochnahl p. 149 for earlier German editions. Loose, as issued, in printed portfolios (50 x 37 cm); 4 folding hand-colored lithographed plates, linen-backed into two larger plates in this copy.

Original printed paper portfolios,, edges torn and nicked; plan section in excellent condition.

Book ID: 16500
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