Hartwell, Buckinghamshire / Eric Throssell.
- Additional Title(s):
At head of title to volume 1: Joseph Bonomi : the Egyptianised enigmas
Cover title to volume 1 : part 1: Joseph Bonomi's secret histories
Added title to volume 1 : part 1 - part 2: Hartwell's rediscovered secret lost histories
Cover title to volume 1 : part 2: Hartwell's enigmas : Joseph Bonomi curator of the Soane Museum 1861-78
At head of title to volume 1 : part 3: Joseph Bonomi's enigmas, c.1850s
Cover title to volume 1 : part 3: Bonomi's Hartwell : If walls could talk : Encrypted histories, 1840-1850
Added title to volume 1 : part 3: Microcosm of Rome and Egypt : encapsulated in an English Garden at Hartwell
Subtitle to volume 2 : part 1: Restoration of the triumphal arch...
At head of title to volume 2 : part 2: Naturalising of the formal garden, c. 1720-40
Alternate subtitle to volume 2 : part 2: Medieval gateway and a walled enclosure explored, c1480
Cover title to volume 2 : part 2: Fragmenta solving the lost histories of Hartwell, 1180-1590
- Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire : Long Gallery Press, -
- Physical Description:
- volumes : illustrations (some color), maps, color portraits, plans ; 30 cm
- Reference LibraryDA655 T37 2007 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Subject Terms:
- Bonomi, Joseph, 1796-1878.Follies (Architecture)Hartwell House (Buckinghamshire, England)Historic buildings -- England -- Buckinghamshire -- Restoration.Lee family.Triumphal arches -- England -- Buckinghamshire.
- volume 1 : part 1-volume 1 : part 2. Joseph Bonomi at Hartwell, John Lee, 1827-66
- volume 1 : part 3. Addendum to volume one, part I : Chapters I, II, & III...
- volume 2 : part 1. The naturalising of the formal garden of Sir Thomas Lee, 3rd Baronet, 1702-49 by Sir William Lee, 4th Baronet, 1749-99
- volume 2 : part 2. A Mediaeval gateway and a walled enclosure explored c. 1480.