The book when it first appeared was also well received by "House
and Garden Architecture Forum" and "Landscape Architecture." "The
handsome book will be a joy to possess for those who love beauty in
architecture and cultivated nature," so wrote Pearl S. Buck. In
1940 Henry Inn of Honolulu, art collector, designer, and
photographer, produced a collection of Chinese architectural
pictures that is extraordinary.
Although probably the only record of its kind, many of the
photographs were taken as recently as 1936. Of those locations very
few remain if any. A veteran traveller to his ancestral homeland,
Henry In had an extraordinarily wide set of acquaintances which
gave him an entrance into some of the choicest homes and gardens
throughout China. This combination of artistic shell and unusual
opportunity are unique.
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