For sixty years Fletcher Steele practiced landscape architecture as fine art, designing nearly seven hundred gardens, from Camden, Maine to Detroit and New Brunswick Canada to North Carolina. Often brilliant, always original, Steele's work is considered by many to constitute the essential link between 19th century Beaux Arts formalism and modern landscape design. This is a revised edition of the award-winning 1989 book, featuring an expanded format and more than 50 new photographs. Paperback. 321 pgs.