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Shell Pagoda Poltow

Europeans began building Chinoiserie follies in the early-eighteenth century, adding a touch of whimsical exoticism to their gardens.

Rheinsberg was the estate of Prince Heinrich of Prussia, Frederick the Great’s brother, and featured an early—and quite famous and extensive—folly garden

The most famous Chinoiserie structure in Ancien Régime France, the Chinese House collapsed in the late along with the Fourth Republic.

Pagoda Bonnelles

Europeans began building Chinoiserie follies in the early-eighteenth century, adding a touch of whimsical exoticism to their gardens.

Porcelain Pagoda

Europeans began building Chinoiserie follies in the early-eighteenth century, adding a touch of whimsical exoticism to their gardens.

Andrew Zega and Bernd H. Dams, watercolor, Green Palm Pavilion at Poltow

The most famous Chinoiserie structure in Ancien Régime France, the Chinese House collapsed in the late along with the Fourth Republic.

Pagoda Bridge Poltow

The most famous Chinoiserie structure in Ancien Régime France, the Chinese House collapsed in the late along with the Fourth Republic.

Chinoiserie from Architectural Watercolors by Andrew Zega & Bernd H. Dams, Paris, France

The Pagoda at Rheinsberg, Germany, built for Prince Heinrich of Prussia around from Chinoiseries by Bernd H. Dams and Andrew Zega, Rizzoli New York, 2008

Andrew Zega and Bernd H. Dams, watercolor, Bell Pagoda

The Treuttelischer Garden was found in Strasbourg and this remarkable, two-storied pagoda was designed by the estate’s owner at the turn of the nineteenth century.

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