Paradise on the Hudson

The Creation, Loss, and Revival of a Great American Garden

Paradise on the Hudson

By:  Seebohm, Caroline

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Timber Press

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7.0 X 9.0 in
224 pg

GARDENING / Essays & Narratives
HISTORY / United States / 20th Century
ARCHITECTURE / Historic Preservation / Restoration Techniques

This lushly illustrated book tells the amazing story of the rise, fall, and rebirth the Untermyer Garden, one of the most extravagant and celebrated 20th Century gardens.

“A splendid book about a spectacular garden brought back to life, and the amazing man who created it.”—Lynden B. Miller, public garden designer
“Through her prodigious research and evocative prose, Caroline Seebohm recreates an era of New York life seen through the history and dazzling beauty of the restored Untermyer Gardens.”—Paula Deitz, author, Of Gardens

Caroline Seebohm is author of many books, including The Man Who Was Vogue, At Home with Books, Private Landscapes, Boca Rococo, No Regrets, and Rescuing Eden. She has also published two novels, The Last Romantics and The Innocents.