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The extraordinary life of Marguerite Chapin Caetani, patron of art, gardener of Ninfa

In The American Princess, Laurie Dennett tells the fascinating story of an American heiress who, in 1911, married Roffredo Caetani, Seventeenth Duke of Sermoneta
Author: Laurie Dennett
2020, Paperback, 344pp.
ISBN: 9788842225164
€ 30,00

Villa Carlotta

Museum, Historical Park, Botanic Garden on Lake Como

Residence, museum, park, and botanical garden: a marvel on Lake ComoVilla Carlotta is a place of rare beauty, where masterpieces of nature and human ingenuity coexist in perfect harmony in over 70,000 square metres of gardens and museum facilities open to the public. The residence, imposing but sober,...
Author: Serena Bertolucci
2013, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 112pp., 70ill.
ISBN: 9788842221418
€ 18,00
The “bible” by the greatest creator of gardens of the 20th centuryThe essential work in the world literature dedicated to gardens. The sensitivity and inspiration of the greatest architect of nature of our times make this book an enchanting read and not merely a manual. Fortunately, Russell...
Author: Russell Page
2011, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 368pp., 79ill.
ISBN: 9788842219347
€ 45,00

Langhe Monferrato Roero

Landscapes and words that are part of humanity’s heritage

Discover and rediscover landscapes that are both memory and narrative Some 30 writers have contributed to this book about the wine-growing countryside of southern Piedmont, whose candidacy is being proposed for Unesco World Heritage listing. They describe the identities of these places, the major...
Author: Sergio Conti
2010, Cartonato, 152pp., 152 col.ill.
ISBN: 9788842218678
€ 29,00


The Most Romantic Garden in World

In the Roman countryside, the most poetic of English gardensAn object of devotion for connoisseurs worldwide, the Garden of Ninfa was created on a unique backdrop: the ruins of a medieval city in the vicinity of Latina, a site of poetic beauty where time stood still. These books tell the story of...
Author: Charles Quest-Ritson
2009, Paperback, 128pp., 162ill.
ISBN: 9788842217725
€ 25,00