Chinese Gardens

Many of the classics are out of print. Fortunately the Seattle Library has a copy of Maggie Keswick’s The Chinese Garden. The other notable out-of-print classic is by Edwin Morris, The Gardens of China. It is available through secondhand sources.
Architecture of the Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Vancouver: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden Society, 1987.
Han, Pao-Teh. The Story Of Chinese Landscape Design: External Forms and Internal Visions. Taiwan: Youth Cultural Enterprises, 1992.
Keswick, Maggie. The Chinese Garden. New York: St Martin’s Press, 1978.
Keswick, Maggie. A Chinese Garden Court: The Astor Court at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Engel, D.H., Creating a Chinese Garden. Portland: Timber Press, 1986.
Ji, Cheng.TTze Craft of Gardens, Trans. Alison Hardie. New Haven, 1988.
Morris, Edwin T. The Gardens of China: Art, Architecture, and Meaning. Ne