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Re: burle marx


Good Morning:

I have two books on Roberto and am familiar with a third.
Roberto Burle Marx a Portrait by Laurence Fleming and Roberto Burle Marx
by
Flavio L. Motta are both works on Roberto as an artist.  There are photos
of
the gardens but no real information on Aroids.

If the book you have found is an oversized book which I believe is titled
The
Gardens of Roberto Burle Marx it covers all his work from garden design
to
set design for opera to textiles and mosaics but has little information
on
Aroids.

All three books are wonderful if you are interested in reading about a
great
renaissance man.

I hope you found this helpful.

Ed





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