Bellingrath Gardens and the Bellingrath Home; a Pictorial Story in Color of the "charm Spot of the Deep South" Near Mobile, Alabama (Hardcover)

Bellingrath Gardens and the Bellingrath Home; a Pictorial Story in Color of the

Bellingrath Gardens and the Bellingrath Home; a Pictorial Story in Color of the "charm Spot of the Deep South" Near Mobile, Alabama (Hardcover)

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Bellingrath Gardens is a 65-acre estate in Mobile, Alabama, renowned for its stunning gardens, architecture, and decorative arts. This lavishly illustrated volume provides a comprehensive history of the estate, from its founding in the 1930s by Walter and Bessie Bellingrath to its present day status as a major cultural attraction. Alongside beautiful color photographs, the book features detailed descriptions of the gardens, the Bellingrath home, and the numerous artworks and antiques on display. A foreword by architecture critic Paul Goldberger situates the estate within the broader context of American design.

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Product Details ISBN: 9781019359969
ISBN-10: 101935996X
Publisher: Hassell Street Press
Publication Date: July 18th, 2023
Pages: 56
Language: English