Articles

 

 

A selection of more than 50 articles published

Chapter on ‘The Gardens and Park’ (with Richard Wheeler) in Hardwick Hall: A Great Old Castle of Romance, eds. David Adshead and David Taylor (The National Trust and Yale University Press, 2016).

Chapter on 'Gardens' for The Cambridge Guides to the Worlds of Shakespeare, Volume I: Shakespeare’s World, edited by Bruce R. Smith (Cambridge University Press and on line, 2016)   http://www.cambridge.org/asia/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9781107057258

Essay on ‘banqueting houses’ for the Oxford Companion to Sweets, edited by Darra Goldstein (published by Oxford University Press, 2014).

‘Clinging to the Past: medievalism in Tudor gardens’, Renaissance Studies (2011).

‘Elysian Fields such as the poets dreamed of’: The Mughal garden in the Early Stuart mind’, The British Art Journal (Spring, 2010).

‘Tudor and Early Stuart Banqueting Houses’, The Magazine Antiques (June, 2006).

‘Robert Cecil, First Earl of Salisbury, and the Gardens at Hatfield House’, Museum of Garden History Journal  (Summer, 2005).

‘Location, location, location!: William Cecil’s House in the Strand’ (with Jill Husselby), Architectural History (2002).

‘Icons of the Age: the Loggia’, Gardens Illustrated (November, 2000).

‘The Architecture of the Tudor Garden’, Garden History, (Summer, 1999).

‘Secret Houses and Garden Lodges’, Apollo (July, 1997).

‘Sir Francis Bacon's Water Gardens at Gorhambury’, Garden History, (December, 1992).

‘The Bamboo Curtain’, The World of Interiors (September, 1988): wrote text and provided all photographs for article on Japanese fences.

‘The Roof of the World’, Landscape (January, 1988):  text and provided all photographs for article on Ladakh, India.

‘Tree-top Conceits’, Country Life (December 25, 1986): Renaissance tree-houses.

‘Vidua Was Here’, Country Life (June 19, 1986): 19th century graffiti in Egypt.

‘Life at the Top’, Country Life (January 3, 1985):  Tudor and early Stuart roofscapes.

Forthcoming articles and chapters in books include

‘The London Great House: the Strand and Beyond’ in Architect, Patron and Craftsman in Tudor and Jacobean England, eds.  Paul Barnwell and Paula Henderson (2017).

‘ “Elysian Fields Such as the Poets Dreamed Of”: The Mughal Garden in the Early Stuart Mind’ in The Gardens of Renaissance Europe and the Islamic Empires, ed. Mohammad Gharipour (Penn State University Press, 2017).

 


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