Marie Luise Gothein

A Quote by Marie Luise Gothein on garden and mind

For we must bear in mind that the greater number of garden pictures known to us are taken from tombs.

Marie Luise Gothein

Source: A History of Garden Art, 1928

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A Quote by Marie Luise Gothein on beauty, desires, happiness, hope, nature, quiet, and struggle

Rhythm, symmetry, and a happy combination of elegance and utility - a blend often desired in later days of hope and struggle - these have been fully attained, and with them a delight in quiet communion with Nature, expressing as she does the sense of beauty in orderliness.

Marie Luise Gothein

Source: History of Garden Art, 1928 Commenting on the Egyptian tomb pictures of the home and gardens of the official Meten, circa 1440 BCE ""

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A Quote by Marie Luise Gothein on garden

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Right on to the New Period vineyard arbors were the centre and chief ornament of all gardens.

Marie Luise Gothein

Source: History of Garden Art, 1928 Commenting on the Egyptian tomb pictures of the home and gardens of the official Meten, circa 1440 BCE

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