Austin Val Verde: A Montecito Masterpiece

By: Aran, Berge

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First Edition in clean bright dust jacket - NEW condition. Dark green cloth boards with lighter green lettering on cover and spine. No wear. Binding is tight, pages and edges are clean and bright, unmarked. Clean decorated endpapers. Beautifully illustrated with outstanding photographs by Berge Aran. Introduction by Berge Aran and Gail Jensen. Size approx. 9" x 12" . 144 pages with Bibliography. Clean dust jacket is unworn. Austin Val Verde, situated on seventeen and a half acres, is one of the few great early 20th Century Southern California estates to have been preserved. It is a pivotal work in the career of the famous American architect Bertram Goodhue (1869-1924). Its celebrated and extensive gardens are the masterpiece of Lockwood de Forest Jr. (1895-1949), one of the most important landscape architects to have worked in Southern California.

Title: Austin Val Verde: A Montecito Masterpiece

Author Name: Aran, Berge

Illustrator: Berge Aran, Photographer

Categories: gardening/horticulture, Architecture,

Edition: First

Publisher: Santa Barbara, California, Austin Val Verde Foundation: 2005

ISBN Number: 1890449393

ISBN Number 13: 9781890449391

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Fine Jacket

Seller ID: 025757

Keywords: Austin Val Verde, Montecito, California, Santa Barbara, landscape architecture, fine gardens, horticulture, southern California estates, Berge Aran, Bertram Goodhue, Lockwood de Forest Jr,