Pope and Prior Park: a study in landscape and literature
Harney, M., 2007. Pope and Prior Park: a study in landscape and literature. Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes, 27 (3), pp. 183-196.
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This paper examines Alexander Pope’s involvement at Prior Park, and reassesses the garden as of national importance. It argues that Pope’s theories were influential on the work of William Kent and that Kent developed no theories of his own—that is to say, the influence is from Pope to Kent and not vice versa as convention maintains
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