Studley Royal & Hackfall. The Classical and Sublime Landscapes of North Yorkshire. New Arcadian's Journal No. 20 Winter 1985.

 
9780002625586: Studley Royal & Hackfall. The Classical and Sublime Landscapes of North Yorkshire. New Arcadian's Journal No. 20 Winter 1985.

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EYRES, PATRICK
Published by New Arcadians, Bradford (1982)
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Book Description New Arcadians, Bradford, 1982. Paper Covers. Book Condition: Good+. Grahame Jones (illustrator). 1st Edition. Brown paper covers, illustration mounted to front cover. Slightly bumped externally but good+ clean and tight. Bookseller Inventory # 34526

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EAGLESTONE, HOWARD, PATRICK EYRES and IAN GARDNER
Published by New Arcadians, Leeds (1986)
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Book Description New Arcadians, Leeds, 1986. Paper Covers. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition Limited Run. Red card covers, 15pp. New Arcadians Journal no. 21 Spring 1986. No.70 in a limited run of 300 copies. Also includes inserted slip addendum to Journal no.20 advertising 'Studley Royal & Hackfall' exhibition. VG. Bookseller Inventory # 34491

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Patrick Eyres (Editor)
Published by New Arcadian Press, Leeds
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Book Description New Arcadian Press, Leeds. Card Covers. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Christopher Fox, Dave Lee (illustrator). Limited Edition. Undated volume. No. 153 of a limited edition of 300, being Nos. 33/34 of the New Arcadian Journal, a collaboration between writers and artists, together with musical notations. Originally published alongside a cassette tape (not present). Illustrated throughout in black and white. Reading creases to spine and slight bumping and marking to bottom corners, otherwise near fine copy. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 002530

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New Arcadian Journal [ New Arcadians ; New Arcadians' Journal. ]
Published by New Arcadian Journal, Wilsden Bradford, first editions, 1981-2001 (1981)
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Book Description New Arcadian Journal, Wilsden Bradford, first editions, 1981-2001, 1981. Limited editions, usually of 300 copies. 39 volumes, illustrated printed wrappers (earlier issues with mounted illustration on front wrapper), 8vo, between 4 and 114 pp per issue, some illustrations ( a few tipped-in). An excellent and rarely-seen run of the first 21 years' issues of the New Arcadian Journal, lacking only volume 14 (The Atlantic Wall, 1995). Well-produced but in an unfussy style, the NAJ is an important and original contribution to garden and landscape history, The publisher's description is that it "investigates the cultural politics of historical landscapes by scrutinising their architecture, gardens, monuments, sculpture and inscriptions. By championing the study of political gardening and by promoting restoration of place and meaning, the New Arcadian Journal has shed new light on historical landscapes and has also been the catalyst to contemporary re-interpretation and conservation." In a notice in Parenthesis Jack Chesterman enthused that "the New Arcadian Press promotes and supports texts and images of great passion, humour, intelligence, engrossing uses of language and much visual dexterity and wit." Starting life as a quarterly in 1981, the Journal eventually settled into annual publication in 1988 with issues from 1990 being double-numbers. Among the issues included here are double-numbers on: Castle Howard: landscape of Epic Poetry; The Wentworths: .the gardens at Wentworth Castle and Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire; The Political Temples of Stowe; Kew Gardens: a Controversial garden Landscape; A Near Fine set save that No. 18 lacks the cover illustration which should be mounted to the front wrapper, and No. 26 has a tiny closed tear to the top of the front wrapper. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-33803

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