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Garden of Figures
- Artnet. Tony CraggFind works of art, auction results & sale prices of artist Tony Cragg at galleries and auctions worldwide.
- James Coan Galery. Ron MueckJames Coan Galery. Ron Mueck
- Impossible worldThis site about impossible figures, i. e. figures, that can be drawn on paper, but can\'t be represented in real 3D-world. The father of all impossible figures is Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvard, who was the first to paint impossible triangle. Later Dutch artist M.C. Escher used some impossible figures in his artworks (Waterfall, Ascending and Descending etc.). Here you will find original artworks of these artists and many other images.
- CSS zen gardenA demonstration of what can be accomplished visually through CSS-based design. The css Zen Garden invites you to relax and meditate on the important lessons of the masters. Begin to see with clarity. Learn to use the (yet to be) time-honored techniques in new and invigorating fashion. Become one with the web.
- Meditations on the Japanese GardenMeditations on the Japanese Garden (MOJG) is an online community about all aspects of the Japanese garden. Published on a rolling schedule it brings articles about garden history, design and maintenance to laymen and professionals alike.
- The Japanese GardenWelcome to the Bowdoin College web site on Japanese gardens. The web site is dedicated to the gardens of Japan, and more specifically to the historic gardens of Kyoto and its environs. Although many of these gardens are located within Zen Buddhist monasteries, this site does not explore the influence of Zen Buddhism on Japanese garden design, an influence that is often a matter of conjecture rather than historical evidence. ...
- Hakone. Gardens and Groundshakone - gardens: gallery: Gardens and Grounds
- Japanese miniature rock gardensFor centuries, Japanese Zen masters have cultivated gardens of harmoniously arranged rocks and white raked gravel - creating silent havens for peaceful contemplation
- Missouri Botanical Garden
- Missouri Botanical Garden LibraryThis web site, presented by the Missouri Botanical Garden Library and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, features 131 volumes from our Rare Book collection. Using the buttons above, you can view the 51,636 pages and 12,670 botanical illustrations in this collection.