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hkbu POLS 3620 Gardens In The 17th Century 06016804 Leung Ka Yan 06050069 Chen Siyi

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  • 1. Gardens in the 17th century The comparison between Chinese and European gardens Chen Si Yi, Sylvia 06050069 Leung Ka Yan, Candice 06016804
  • 2.  
  • 3. Layouts
    • China
    • Is discovered scene by scene, one scene leading to the next
    • Diversified layout
    • Europe
    • Symmetrical
    • Geometric
    • Unified changes in
    • extendable planes
  • 4. Details
    • China
    • Symbolism
    •  a “mini-world”
    • Plants and flowers:
    • Close to their natural forms
    • Europe
    • Arrangement of the plan
    • Grass in lawns
    • Fountains
    • Perfectly shaped plants
  • 5. Concepts
    • China
    • association
    • with nature
    • presentation of permanence
    • ethical preoccupations
    • Europe
    • Rationalism:
    • exclusion of nature
  • 6. Concepts
    • China
    • Human:
    • subordinate position,
    • part of the nature
    • “ Poetic garden”
    • Europe
    • Human:
    • dominate role,
    • control of the nature
    • Show-off
  • 7. Transformation
    • Extension and exploration
    • Missionaries
    • Imaginative travel descriptions
    • began to copy foreign
    • ornamentation
    • integrate it into
    • traditional court art
    • Rococo
  • 8. Further development
    • 18th century
    • “ Chinoiserie”
    • exotic garden design
    • English landscape gardens

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