The Garden Guide

Book: Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening, 1795
Chapter: Criticism of Repton's before and after drawings

Separate sketches

Previous - Next

Instead of adopting slides, we have found it more convenient, owing to the small size to which the views are reduced, to give a separate landscape for each slide. We have given these landscapes in the form of vignettes, in preference to including them in parallelograms, bounded by definite lines, for the following reasons, kindly furnished to us by a distinguished writer, who takes the signature of Kataphusin, in the Architectural Magazine; in the fifth volume of which work he has treated on the same subject, in a somewhat different manner.