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Search Aspect (Rose garden )
Location - Leeds & District

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Gotts Park Rose Garden (Armley)
Black & White imagec.1960 View of three ladies in the rose garden in Gotts Park. Kirkstall Power Station chimneys are visible in the background.
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Gotts Park Rose Garden (Armley)
Black & White imagec.1960 View looking out from the Rose Garden across the park towards Stanningley Road. Christ Church tower can be seen in the centre with St Bartholomew's spire towards the left.
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Gott's Park, rose garden (Armley)
Colour image1959. View of the rose garden at Gott's Park. The tower of Christ Church can be seen on the horizon.
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Rose garden at Temple Newsam, painting by Pete Lapish (Temple Newsam)
Colour imagePainting by Yorkshire artist, Pete Lapish, of the colourful herbaceous border created in the old walled rose garden at Temple Newsam. The painting has been executed in the pointilistic style and is made up of many tiny dots of colour. Pointilism is a technique first developed by the French Impressionist artists, Georges Seurat and Paul Signac, in the 1880s. Some images by Pete Lapish are available to purchase as postcards or greetings cards from Leeds Visitor Centre - see our 'useful links' page.
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Roundhay Park, Leeds Rose Gardens (Roundhay)
Black & White image12th August 1966. Black and white view showing the ornamental Leeds Rose Gardens in Roundhay Park. When the rose gardens were originally planted in 1901 they was known as Coronation Gardens and the glass conservatory was Coronation House, now the site of Tropical World. During the war years the gardens were given over to vegetables but were later restocked with roses.
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