A garden is a place arranged for promenades and at the same time for the recreation for the eyes. But it is also an accessory to the house, serving it as an accompaniment, an environment; and, within certain limits, it is simply
another apartment, an annex of the house. Therefore, how can the art which built and adorn the dwelling be refused the right to interfere in this exterior house?
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