Landscape Studies

Primary Websites

Online exhibition presented by the Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence.

"a collection of approximately 80,000 photographic images and records documenting historic and contemporary American gardens"

Historic and contemporary plans, engravings, paintings, and photographs of gardens and other landscapes supported by bibliographies, historical documentation, and other educational materials.

Links to audio clips and supplementary information on Laurie Sanders's weekly program on WFCR.

Information available within the Five College libraries broadly related to the study of the landscape including landscape architecture, regional planning, sustainable development, conservation, housing, and land use. 

Links on all aspects of this topic compiled by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign, College of Planning and Landscape Architecture

Jeanne Browne's collection of scholarly resources on Landscape Architecture (and more) from the University of Nevada Library. Good starting place for web resources in the field.

Compiled by the Environmental Design Library, UC Berkeley.

1976-2005

Online exhibition of ten major works of Cornelia Oberlander in photographs by Etta Gerdes presented by the Goethe-Institut Montréal.

Secondary Websites

2,800 images from the Loeb Library at the GSD, Harvard includes views of cities, buildings, parks, estates, gardens