Joseph Paxton


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English architect (1801-1865)

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Joseph Paxton faced six charges, including poisoning birds and storing an illegal substance.
Brindle's book goes some way to resolving this but, of necessity, dwells on the hugely busy fife he led in building his legacy, and in the process, misses again the opportunity to describe his life in the manner that was so beautifully achieved by Kate Colquhoun in her story of Joseph Paxton.
This year is the bicentenary of a true Victorian polymath and fascinating chap named Sir Joseph Paxton, who was gardener to the Duke of Devonshire at Chatsworth.
The home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, Chatsworth is a gem, with gardens created by Joseph Paxton who also designed the Crystal Palace for The Great Exhibition of 1851.
CHATSWORTH house in Derbyshire is celebrating the work of gardener Sir Joseph Paxton with new exhibition.
Davis does include portraits of Exhibit supporters and opponents alike; Auerbach, disinclined to distinguish among the many minor characters in the production, details only the stars--Prince Albert and the Palace architect Sir Joseph Paxton.
The romantic style created by landscape artists such as Humphrey Repton and Joseph Paxton had swept through England and the continent during the late 1700s, turning estates and public gardens formerly constructed in straight lines and geometrical compositions into naturally composed scenery.
Many species of lilies are available to amateur water gardeners; some, (such as the mammoth Victoria regia, developed by Joseph Paxton, the gardener to the duke of Devonshire) might not quite fit inot today's moderate-size ponds.
It was created by Joseph Paxton, the gardener who went on to design the giant greenhouse known as the Crystal Palace.
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The views out across the grounds, which cover 16 acres and feature a lake, take in gardens said to have been laid out by the famous landscaper Sir Joseph Paxton and later by Edward Milner, both of whom had worked at Chatsworth.
According to the report, initial discussions between the council and Dr Hilary Taylor, a national expert on Joseph Paxton and the Park, and who was also the consultant on the recent renovation, indicated proposals for a primary school on land on the edge of the Park "could be viable".
Three years after driver Joseph Paxton was left with serious facial injuries, a 1ft x 2ft concrete block has now been hurled by youths at a London Midland train travelling from Kidderminster to Birmingham.
of East Anglia) include stories of how a succession of Dukes of Devonshire, the truly impressive Elizabeth of Hardwick, Capability Brown and Joseph Paxton each shaped the landscape around the house and how the medieval field system that preceded them affected the outcome.