Tim Richardson (writer)

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Tim Richardson, author of Sweets: The History of Temptation, is the world's first international confectionery historian. He also writes about gardens, landscape and theatre, and contributes to the Daily Telegraph, Country Life, The Idler, House & Garden, Garden Design Journal and Wallpaper. He lives in North London.

He wrote and performed comedy at Oxford University in the 1980s in a revue group called The Seven Raymonds with Stewart Lee, Richard Herring, Emma Kennedy, and Michael Cosgrave.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Richardson, Tim, ed. (2000). The garden book. London: Phaidon. 
  • The Arcadian Friends: Inventing the English Landscape Garden (2007)[1]
  • Avant Gardeners: 50 Visionaries of the Contemporary Landscape (2008)
  • Goodall, John; Richardson, Tim (Sep 10, 2014). "Fulham : a brief guide". Country Life. 208 (37): 104–108. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Read a review from The Guardian newspaper.