Wildflowers of New England: Photographs by Edwin Hale Lincoln (1848–1938)
A photographer associated with the American Arts and Crafts movement, Edwin Hale Lincoln self-published an extensive photographic study of New England wildflowers, a 20-year project that culminated in 1914 with 400 plates in 8 volumes. This exhibition of nearly 50 photographs features floral subjects from the volumes entitled Lily, Violet, and Morning Glory Families and Aquatic Plants, Pink and Crowfoot Families, all from the Museums' permanent collections.
Wildflowers of New England has been organized by FAMSF's Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts to coincide with the 24th Annual Bouquets to Art.
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