Garden designs to make your home be like endless summer. British. Humphry Repton, designer (1752-1818). These are sketches from the Red Books made for clients that he used as sales devices.

"Rosarium," from the Red Book created for the Earl of Bridgewater at Ashridge Park. 1813.
“Rosarium,” from the Red Book created for the Earl of Bridgewater at Ashridge Park. 1813. Image © 2019 · American Gardening. Fair use license. via http://americangardening.net/in-1813-english-landscape-gardener-humphry-repton-proposed-a-flower-garden-of-roses/
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“General View from the Pavilion, ” from the volume that outlined designs for the Prince Regent’s Brighton Pavilion. 1808. Collection of the British Library. Cc0 License 4.0. via https://www.bl.uk/picturing-places/articles/humphry-repton-and-john-nash
Drawing from the Red Book made for Sheringham Hall. 1812.
Drawing from the Red Book made for Sheringham Hall. 1812. In the public domain due to age. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/1-red-book-for-sheringham-hall-c1812-humphry-repton.html

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