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Current Obsessions: The Antiquarian Garden

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Current Obsessions: The Antiquarian Garden

September 9, 2017

This week the Gardenista editors are noting dried fall flowers and an artist’s gardens in a New York hamlet. Here’s a look:

The daughter of the late artist and landscape designer Judy Tomkins tipped us off to one of the more magical gardens we&#8\2\17;ve seen in a while: Tomkins&#8\2\17; \1750-era house in the tiny artists&#8\2\17; hamlet of Snedens Landing, New York, now on the market. Her daughter writes: &#8\2\20;Stepping into Judy’s house is like stepping into another world. Another time. Another sensibility. A world where the simplest gestures of life were elevated to the art of living.&#8\2\2\1; Stay tuned for a full tour of the gardens next week.
Above: The daughter of the late artist and landscape designer Judy Tomkins tipped us off to one of the more magical gardens we’ve seen in a while: Tomkins’ 1750-era house in the tiny artists’ hamlet of Snedens Landing, New York, now on the market. Her daughter writes: “Stepping into Judy’s house is like stepping into another world. Another time. Another sensibility. A world where the simplest gestures of life were elevated to the art of living.” Stay tuned for a full tour of the gardens next week.

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