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N. Jane Iseley
N. Jane Iseley
Photographer for 36 photography books, including Lowcountry Plantations Today, Iseley is also an accomplished farmer. Her Burlington, NC, farm has been in the family since 1790, and in 2013 she was the first woman to receive the North Carolina Soil and Water Conservation Farm Family of the Year award. From Iseley’s experience placing agricultural and conservation easements on her farm came the interest in exploring the effect of easements in preserving Charleston and its surrounds, the place she’s worked decades documenting.
Books by this Photographer
New from N. Jane Iseley, Harlan Greene and William P. Baldwin: "A beautifully wrought book, introduced by these storyteller's history of Charleston, full of revealed mythology, glimmers of knowingness, secrets.... challenging us today to consider the possibility of rendering our own day-to-day existence with a kind of artistry and confidence that can survive for 300 years." — Whitney Powers
An unsurpassed collection of photographs that restoration expert Richard Marks attests is "a great illustration of the depth and amount of authentic building stock that makes up Charleston and shows these houses in a new light."
Uncover the hidden designs and dressings of one of the oldest and most charming U.S. cities. Among the splendid home interiors here are dark mahogany halls; a winding, ornate Neoclassical staircase; a vast drawing room in one of Charleston's greatest Greek Revival mansions; and manicured gardens.
Fourteen years in the planning and three years in the making, Lowcountry Plantations Today is renowned photographer N. Jane Iseley's and award-winning writer William P. Baldwin's loving tribute to the Carolina Lowcountry.
The Carolina Lowcountry extends from the Savannah River north to Murrells Inlet. Explore this unique coastal region with daytrips originating from the fabled city of Charleston. This guide contains all you need to know about Lowcountry history, natural wonders, architecture, folklore and more.
$34.95 (Hardcover), $19.95 (Softcover)
Blazing azalea blossoms. Cobblestones and a patch of peeling stucco. A bowl of she-crab soup. Stately church bells pealing. Fresh photography and richly detailed text capture the stunning beauty of Charleston's Old World streetscapes, its gardens and gates. Come along. You're invited in.
The cuisine of Charleston has been applauded for more than two centuries. Here, we present menus for a year of entertaining, with recipes ranging from simple Hoppin' John to elegant Princess Torte. Photographs of Charleston's architecture and historical sketches make this more than a mere cookbook.