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Gardeners working on geometric beds in walled Italian Garden. Italian manuscript Treatise on Rural Economy by Pietro de Crezcenzi.

This reminds me of childhood. I collected small notebooks or postcards that have this kind of illustration on.

Color and style Jill Barclem, Brambly Hedge. Love the detail in the illustrations in this set, spent ages pouring over them when young now my little one adores them too.

Le livre de chasse, folio 53v  ci devise comment on doit faire et lacer toutes manières de lacs

Baselard on the back right. Muckley 1386 Hunting The Hunting Book of Gaston Phébus: Paris, Bibliotheque nationale, MS fr. 616 (Manuscripts in Miniature) [Hardcover] Wilhelm Schlag (Author)

15th century miniature of a herb garden Royal 14 E.VI, f.157

Petrus de Crescentiis in an herb garden (fol. Rustican / Commoda Ruralia (British Library MS Royal 14 E VI), c.

mikasavela:    A farming scene from a 15th century Flemish copy of a 14th century Italian manuscript Treatise on Rural Economy by Pietro de Crezcenzi. With all the contemporary urban agriculture projects, it’s actually funny to remember that cities and food production have had a long relationship, since like… forever.

mikasavela: “ A farming scene from a century Flemish copy of a century Italian manuscript Treatise on Rural Economy by Pietro de Crezcenzi. With all the contemporary urban agriculture.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston  Another great visit I frequented while living in Boston!!

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum : Landscape at the Gardner. I fell in love with this place on first visit in high school. My all time favorite museum.

French castle garden, 15th century

French castle garden, century ~~ Does anyone know from whence this beautiful image comes?

Medieval Garden Chateau de Castelnaud, Dordogne - France - Photographer Barbara…

FRANCE: Medieval Garden Chateau de Castelnaud, Dordogne - France I love the central cross which was typical of monastery gardens.

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