1906 - 1985
Influenced by English, French, and Islamic design, Page is known for the numerous gardens he created both on large estates and in small courtyards throughout Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America. Throughout his career, he experimented in other directions, creating displays for the Festival Gardens at Battersea Park in London in the 1960s, and engaging in urban planning projects in Australia and Venezuela. In 1962, he authored an autobiography, The Education of a Gardener, chronicling his work to that point. His later public commissions in the United States include a garden for the Frick Collection in 1977 and his last great work, the PepsiCo Sculpture Garden in Purchase, NY.