From the Theatre it is possible to enter the Garden and extended Landscape. An artist's easel stands on a Patio. Close at hand is an enclosed Garden which can be visited at Night as well as during the Day. In this Landscape (which is extensive} there is a castle on an island, a boundary wall, and various gates. The presence of Andrew Marvell is not stated but can be sensed in an elegant and suppressed vegtabular passion.
Examples of writing and image-making are embedded in the circular landscape, with Milton's Paradise Lost (in the Tonson edition) to the fore, with its references to Manicheiism and the writings of Mani, with due deference to Lucretius and St.Augistine.