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Books on Artists' Gardens
Here are some of our favorite books on artists and their gardens.
By ordering here (through Amazon) a small percentage of the price of the book comes to The Artist's Road. Many thanks. We would  like to hear your favorites, too.

Garden Painters: Contemporary Artists
by Ariel Luke
The work of 21 contemporary aritsts from the United States, Great Britain and Continental Curope who specialize in painting gardens.




Art and the Gardener:
Fine Painting as Inspiration for Garden Design
by Gordon Hayward. "The study of art is the most important study a garden designer can pursue." - Marco Polo Stufano, garden designer and curator.







The History of Gardens in Painting
by Nils Büttner
The history of gardens as told through the eyes of artists over 2,000 years.






Living Monet: The Artist's Gardens
by Doris Kutschbach
leads the reader through Monet's gardens highlighting each season by its blooms. A colorful book filled with photographs of Monet, his paintings and his gardens.






The Impressionist Garden
by Derek Fell
Ideas and Inspiration from the
Gardens and Paintings of the Impressionists









Cezanne's Garden by Derek Fell
"Fell takes readers on a tour of gardens from Cezanne's early life - the Jas de Bouffan on his family's estate and the nearby Chateau Noir - as well as from his adult years, namely his garden and studios at Les Lauves, showing how it was then and how it stands now."








Provence Artists' Gardens by Julia Droste-Hennings
with photographs by Mario Ciampi
focuses on contemporary Provencal artists' gardens.







Tuscany Artists Gardens by Mariella Sgaravatti
with photographs by Mario Ciampi

The author says, "In this book I preferred to focus on the way an artist's creation does not end with studio work,
the way an artist's expression extends over
every moment he or she 'creates'."





Artists' Gardens with text by Madison Cox
and photographs by Erica Lennard

Includes the gardens of Renoir, Sorolla, Monet, Moore
along with several contemporary artists.




Artists in Their Gardens
by Valerie Easton and David  Laskin
with photographs by Allan Mandell
(focus is on contemporary gardens in the Pacific NW)

From the foreword by Mark Kane -
"Thank goodness for artists. They have to make art. They have to remake the world around them. Best of all (if you're a gardener), when artists catch the gardening bug, nothing they do is ordinary."
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A Primer on Night Painting - Nocturnes

Nocturnes - A Primer on Night Painting

Filled with inspirational examples by the masters of nightime painting, this little book is sure to fire up your creative energies. Never tried painting at night? We show you how it's done with a step-by-step-oil demo and a tale of night painting in the wilds of Rocky Mountain National Park. The Primer on Night Painting - Nocturnes is a 7 x 7" PDF download with 40 pages of text and images. It includes a gallery of paintings by masters of the nocturne, information to inspire and encourage you in your plein air nocturne painting, an illustrated step-by-step demo and tips for working in pastel and oil. Also available in a softcover edition. Check out the tools and other products that we use in our own art and travels in The Artist's Road Store. We only offer things for sale that we enthusiastically believe in.

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Reflections at Grez sur Loing, 1884, Willard Leroy MetcalfOn Reflection



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