Landscapes, Farms and Pleasure Gardens in the 18th Century

New ideas about nature, landscape, farms, and gardens radically changed the appearance and the purposes of the countryside in 18th century Europe, with many extraordinary sites being developed with these new perspectives. This exhibition will present drawings, prints, plans and illustrated books chosen from the collections of the Claremont Colleges, and is in conjunction with the Scripps College art history course “18th Century European Arts.”

For further information concerning this exhibition, please contact Professor Bruce Coats.