Edgar’s Garden

The garden made by Edgar Wood at Monte Calvario, Porto Maurizio, Liguria around 1935 has a theatrical air. His housekeeper, to whom he bequeathed the villa, is sitting on the bench.

(We thank J. Jelly for permission to display this photograph)

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3 Responses to Edgar’s Garden

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  2. jon says:

    hi i often go to a summer house in Imperia. I am great fan of Edgar Wood. Where can I find his house in Imperia?

  3. Dominic Roberts says:

    dear jon,

    i’ll try to find out

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