Andrew Jackson Downing Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Andrew Jackson Downing Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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He who owns a wood of proper land in this country, and, in the face of all the personal riches of the day, only raises crabs and choke pears, deserves to lose the respect of all sensible men.Andrew Jackson Downing Andrew Jackson Downing Sayings By Andrew Jackson Downing: He who owns a wood of proper land in this country, and, in the face
Architecture, either practically considered or viewed as an art of taste, is a subject so important and comprehensive in itself, that volumes would be requisite to do it justice. Buildings of every description, from the humble cottage to the lofty temple, are objects of such constant recurrence in every habitable part of the globe, and are so strikingly indicative of the intelligence, character, and taste of the inhabitants, that they possess in themselves a great peculiar interest for the mind.Andrew Jackson Downing Andrew Jackson Downing Sayings By Andrew Jackson Downing: Architecture, either practically considered or viewed as an art of taste, is a subject so
Fear not, too much, an open enemy; He is consistent
always at his post; But watchful be of him who holds the key Of your own heart, and flatters you the most.
Andrew Jackson Downing Andrew Jackson Downing Sayings By Andrew Jackson Downing: Fear not, too much, an open enemy; He is consistentalways at his post; But watchful
Plant spacious parks in your cities, and loose their gates as wide as the morning, to the whole people.Andrew Jackson Downing Andrew Jackson Downing Sayings By Andrew Jackson Downing: Plant spacious parks in your cities, and loose their gates as wide as the morning,
Man toils, and strives, and wastes his little life to claim
At last the transient glory of a splendid name, And have, perchance, in marble mockery a bust, Poised on a pedestal, above his sleeping dust.
Andrew Jackson Downing Andrew Jackson Downing Sayings By Andrew Jackson Downing: Man toils, and strives, and wastes his little life to claim At last the transient
Fine fruit is the flower of commodities. It is the most perfect union of the useful and the beautiful that the earth knows. Trees full of soft foliage; blossoms fresh with spring bounty; and, finally, fruit, rich, bloom-dusted, melting, and luscious.Andrew Jackson Downing Andrew Jackson Downing Sayings By Andrew Jackson Downing: Fine fruit is the flower of commodities. It is the most perfect union of the