Hortus Conclusus. The Art Landscapes of Ian Hamilton Finlay and R.W. van de Wint
(Jacqueline van Koningsbruggen) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 178-185
Little Sparta, Finlay's four-hectare garden lies in the Pentland Hills, an hour's drive from Edinburgh. De Nollen lies at the northernmost tip of the province of North Holland. Landscapes created by artists. A walk through De Nollen takes the visitor past sculptures, a sound-activated lighthouse, a structure that generates steam e.a. “It must not become a mausoleum”, says Fiona Fowler, who manages the garden after Finlay's death. At De Nollen too, the question is how to keep this artwork lively and viable for the future.
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