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New Zealand

-the-world to South America, Tristan da Cunha, New South Wales, New Zealand, the Pacific, Asia, India, Mauritius and St Helena before returning home in late 1829. On 20 October 1827, Earle left Sydney aboard the ''Governor Macquarie'' to visit New Zealand, where he had 'hopes of finding something new for my pencil in their peculiar and picturesque style of life' While Earle was preceded by artists on Cook's voyages

Zealand , where he had 'hopes of finding something new for my pencil in their peculiar and picturesque style of life' While Earle was preceded by artists on Cook's voyages in the Pacific, including Sydney Parkinson , William Hodges and John Webber, he was the first to take up residence. Earle arrived at Hokianga Harbour on the west coast of the North Island, resolving to make his way overland to the Bay of Islands. Setting out

to Hokianga Harbour, he departed from New Zealand for Sydney in April 1828 aboard the ''Governor Macquarie''. On 20 October 1827, Earle left Sydney aboard the ''Governor Macquarie'' to visit New Zealand, where he had 'hopes of finding something new for my pencil in their peculiar and picturesque style of life' While Earle was preceded by artists on Cook's voyages in the Pacific, including Sydney Parkinson , William Hodges


Philadelphia

markerresults.asp?secid 31&namesearch Joseph+Bonaparte&Submit Search+by+Marker+Title PHMC Historical Markers Program -- but later moved to an estate, formerly owned by Stephen Sayre, called Point Breeze in Bordentown (Bordentown, New Jersey), New Jersey. Joseph's home was located near the confluence of Crosswicks Creek and the Delaware River. He considerably expanded Sayre's home and created extensive gardens in the picturesque style. When his first home


Switzerland

important Swiss garden architects at the time. When Cramer started his own business in 1929, he mostly designed private gardens for wealthy clients and perfected a romantic (Romanticism), rather picturesque style. He was especially interested in the rustic gardens that were built in the southern part of Switzerland in the canton of Ticino. Cramer’s ''Garten des Poeten'' (Poet’s Garden), built 1959 for the G59 - 1st Swiss Horticulture Exhibition shown in Zürich, was portrayed by Elizabeth B. Kassler in her classic book ''Modern Gardens and the Landscape'', (MOMA 1964). This garden was probably the most important work in Cramer’s professional career. At the age of 61 the garden architect had been asked to design a poet’s garden for the first national garden show in Switzerland. He worked with minimal means and maximum abstraction instead of imitating nature. Kassler described the design: ”Triangular earth mounds and a stepped cone were precisely edged, grass-sheathed, and doubled by a still pool. The garden was not so much a garden as a sculpture to walk through, abstract earth shapes independent of place, with sharp arises foreign to the nature of their material.” Just a few years later a new radical form of art called Land Art or Earthworks came on the U.S. art scene, creating impressive, almost archaic geometrical earth sculptures, which are among the most important sources of inspiration for present-day landscape architects. Early Career and Overseas Miličević attended secondary school at St James College (St James College, Victoria) in East Bentleigh (East Bentleigh, Victoria). His odyssey into football began at the Australian Institute of Sport wherehe Captained the side to 2 consecutive National Youth League title's. He then entered professional football with Melbourne Knights in Australia, playing one game in the NSL (National Soccer League) before moving to Perth Glory (Perth Glory FC) in 1999, where he scored on his debut and played a major role in getting the Western Australian side to its first ever NSL (National Soccer League) Grand Final in 2000 where he made a name for himself by being the youngest player to ever score in an Australian grand final. Suffering a serious knee injury in the first game of the World Youth Cup in Argentina hampered his chances of moving to German (Germany) giants Hertha Berlin. Later that same year he finally went to Europe and went on to play for FC Zurich, FC Basel, FC Thun and BSC Young Boys in Switzerland. The latter two clubs Miličević captained in the Swiss Super League and European competition at the age of 25. He also Captained the Australian Under 20's side at the World Youth Cup in 2001 in Argentina and later the Australian Olympic Team that qualified for Athens, unfortunately he missed out due to a groin injury he sustained during qualification. group4 Neighborhood list4 Karlsruhe commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


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