Ferme ornée, or, Rural improvements : a series of domestic and ornamental designs, suited to parks, plantations, rides, walks, rivers, farms, &c. : consisting of fences, paddock houses, a bath, a dog-kennel, pavilions, farm-yards, fishing-houses, sporting-boxes, shooting-lodges, single and double cottages, &c. : calculated for landscape and picturesque effects / engraved on thirty-eight plates, with appropriate scenery, plans, and explanations, by John Plaw ...
|Main Author:||Plaw, John, 1744 or 5-1820.|
London : Published by I. and J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library ..., 1796.
> Early works to 1800.
Architecture, Domestic > Designs and plans > Early works to 1800.
Engravings > England > 18th century.
Signatures: [A]² B-D² [E]²(-[E]2).
, 13,  p., 38 leaves of plates :
31 cm. (4to)
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