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Author: H Ibbeken; Katja Schoene; Ilze Kļaviņa
Publisher: [Fellbach] Stuttgart : Edition Axel Menges, [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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"The Prussian gardens in Berlin, Potsdam and elsewhere in Brandenburg: for the first time, texts and photographs present an over-all view of all the gardens and parks created under the Hohenzollerns over a period of more than three centuries. Only the cross-genre collaborative effort of garden designers, gardeners, architects, scenographers, sculptors, painters, and creative rulers, the most prominant of whom were
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Genre/Form: History
Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H Ibbeken; Katja Schoene; Ilze Kļaviņa
ISBN: 9783936681680 3936681686
OCLC Number: 824525747
Language Note: Parallel text in German and English.
Description: 299 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 31 cm
Other Titles: Prussian gardens
Responsibility: Photographien/photographs, Hillert Ibbeken ; Historisher Überblick/historical overview, Katja Schoene ; [translation into English, Ilze Klavina].
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"The Prussian gardens in Berlin, Potsdam and elsewhere in Brandenburg: for the first time, texts and photographs present an over-all view of all the gardens and parks created under the Hohenzollerns over a period of more than three centuries. Only the cross-genre collaborative effort of garden designers, gardeners, architects, scenographers, sculptors, painters, and creative rulers, the most prominant of whom were Frederick II and Frederick William IV, made it possible "to turn the environs of Berlin and Potsdam ... step by step into a garden", as Frederick William IV put it in 1840. Figures such as David Garmatter, Friedrich Christian Glume, Simé́on Godeau, Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff, Peter Joseph Lenné, Antoine Pesne, Prince Hermann von Pückler-Muskau, Georg Potente, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, the Sello brothers, and Antoine Watteau -- picked from a whole cornucopia of names -- indicate the spectrum of artistic forces that created the Prussian garden realm"--Jacket.

Die preussischen Gärten in Berlin, Potsdam und an deren Orten in Brandenburg: erstmals führen Texte und Bilder in einer Gesamtschau alle Garten- und Parkanlagen zusammen, die unter den Hohenzollern in einem Zeitraum von über 300 Jahren geschaffen worden sind. Allein das gattungsübergreifende Zusammenwirken von Gartenkünstlern, Gärtnern, Architekten, Szenographen, Bildhauern, Malern und den jeweils schöpferisch tätigen Herrschern, unter denen Friedrich II. und Friedrich Wilhelm IV. herausragen, ermöglichte es, "aus der Umgebung von Berlin und Potsdam (...) nach und nach einen Garten zu machen", wie es Friedrich Wilhelm IV. 1840 formulierte. David Garmatter, Friedrich Christian Glume, Siméon Godeau, Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff, Peter Joseph Lenné, Antoine Pesne, Hermann Fürst von Pückler-Muskau, Georg Potente, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, die Brüder Sello und Antoine Watteau - die aus dem Füllhorn der Namen Herausgegriffenen lassen das Spektrum der künstlerischen Kräfte aufscheinen, die das preussische Gartenreich schufen.

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