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  1. In 1808 Reverend Thomas Leigh invited Humphry Repton to Stoneleigh Abbey to suggest improvements to the grounds, as Repton had already worked on the Leigh land at Adlestrop. For many weeks Repton Stayed as a guest of Reverend Leigh. During his stay he would take measurements, paint what he saw and walked the surrounding lands.

  2. www.gardenvisit.com › biography › humphry_reptonRepton, Humphry - Gardenvisit

    Humphry Repton was a minor squire who had worked in business and as a farmer. In 1788, at the age of 36, he decided to take up the profession of landscape gardener. A series of commissions led Humphry Repton to publish a book of Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening in 1795. Like his later books, it drew upon the 'Red Books' he had produced ...

  3. 06/10/2021 · Repton was a prominent 19th-century English landscape gardener who took an innovative approach to illustrating design proposals for his clients’ gardens, many of which are compiled in an elaborate gold-tooled leather volume titled Fragments on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening (1816). Humphry Repton, published 1839.

  4. 15/08/2020 · Humphry Repton: the first landscape gardener Repton, the original landscape gardener, brought his unique design style to the gardens and parks at more than 20 of our places. As a skilled water colour painter, each commission was accompanied by one of his ingenious 'red books' to illustrate his proposal.

  5. 04/04/2014 · Humphry Repton. Posted on 04/04/2014 by The Gardens Trust. Humphry Repton from the frontispiece of his Observations on the theory and practice of landscape gardening, 1803. I’ve been teaching a course on 18thc garden history this term and finished with a class about Humphry Repton who was born in 1752 and died in 1818.

  6. 21/01/2019 · Humphry Repton. Celebrating Humphry Repton was organised by the Gardens Trust in 2018 to mark the bicentenary of his death. Repton was the last great landscape designer of the eighteenth century, and famous for his Red Books. County Gardens Trusts and other groups around the country arranged events and published books celebrating Repton’s work.

  7. Humphry Repton, ou Humphrey Repton (21 avril 1752 - 24 mars 1818), fut le dernier des grands paysagistes anglais du XVIII e siècle. Son prénom est souvent orthographié — à tort — « Humphrey » [ 2 ] .