The Foundation for Landscape Studies offers a suite of online resources as an aid to those who wish to research subjects relating to both historical and con-
temporary world landscapes. These include a virtual library of rare books, a comprehensive bibliography, a series of relevant website links, and information about its collection of 5,000 images hosted by ARTstor.
Gijsbert Van Laar Storehouse of Garden Ornaments
The Foundation for Landscape Studies offers viewers the opportunity to access volumes in its Rare Books Library. These will appear in the page-turning format developed by the British Library. For books in foreign languages, there are pop-up translations of the original text.
The Foundation for Landscape Studies offers an online bibliography hosted by LibraryThing. Titles are typologically arranged according to various subject areas – for example, Islamic Gardens, Italian Villa Gardens, or Nineteenth-century Public Parks, etc.
We invite your submission of the titles of recently published or older books that may not appear in the current bibliography. To do so, please click here. New titles will be vetted and, if acceptable, placed in the appropriate typologi-
For those interested in learning about historic and contemporary landscapes online, the Foundation for Landscape Studies provides a list of links to rele-
vant websites. We invite your submission of additional links not yet on the list. To do so, please click here.
To provide a virtual slide library of parks, gardens, and other landscapes, the Foundation for Landscape Studies has assembled a collection of over 5,000 digital images in a special landscape collection hosted by ARTstor, the non- profit online digital library of visual resources in the arts, architecture, humani-
ties, and social sciences. ARTstor offers a suite of software tools to view, present, and manage these images for research and teaching purposes. You will need to log in with your personal or institutional password.
Villa Garzoni, Collodi