16 The Garden as Art - Notes

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16 The Garden as Art 1 The Garden as Art Roberto Burle Marx (1909 1994) Brazil “Painting with Plants” Purpose of a garden is “to give Man pleasure in shapes and colors of the growing plant.” Saenz Peña Square Rio de Janeiro 1948 Larragoiti Hospital Garden Rio de Janeiro 1957
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16 The Garden as Art 2 Ministry of Education and Health (MES) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil • 1936 • Roberto Burle Marx Ministry of Education and Health Roberto Burle Marx Fernandes Garden Rio de Janeiro, Brazil • 1948 Roberto Burle Marx
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16 The Garden as Art 3 Fernandes Garden, Burle Marx Fernandes Garden, Burle Marx Copacabana Beach Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1970 Roberto Burle Marx
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16 The Garden as Art 4 Mexico Colors! Luis Barragan (1902 1988) Fuente de los Amantes, Los Clubes (Fountain of the Lovers) Mexico City 1964 Gardens of El Pedregal Mexico City Luis Barragan – 1945 1950 The Plaza of the Fountains, 1949 (main entrance)
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course LARC 4133 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.

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