City and Country Home Magazine, June (Summer) 1985 - Muskoka Cottages / The Tapestries of Gail Bent / Rescued Carousel / Muskoka Summer / Beni Sung / Louis De Niverville / Rachel McLeod's Garden

By: Lownsbrough, John; Woodcock, George; Brady, James; Bene, Nota; Ross, Judy; et al

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Very Good


152 pages. Features: Profile of William Withrow, director of the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) for the past 25 years; Tony Aspler recommends dining at the chef's table at the Sutton Place Hotel; The Tapestries of Gail Bent; Ballooning in Burgundy; The Class Menagerie - magnificent carousel rescued by Nancy and Derek Phillips; Muskoka cottage constructed for Sir Wilfrid Hepton in 1902 on a 9-hectare island; Muskoka's Croft of Dounie, the cottage built by William Henry Elliott in 1894 on 52 acres near Port Sandfield, Ontario; Muskoka cottage Belle Isle - built in 1898; Visit with collage artist Louis de Niverville; Jewelry designer Beni Sung; The fragrant, evocative garden of Rachel McLeod; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Binding sound. A quality copy of this wonderful issue.