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One Hundred Flowersby Harold Feinstein
Synopses & Reviews
One Hundred Flowers features 100 exquisite colour portraits of dahlias, roses, anemones, poppies, pansies, orchids, tulips, azaleas, peonies, and other flowers in luscious detail. Each variety is coupled with a brief description, including tips about cultivation, as well as comprehensive notes about the major flower groups, all written by a distinguished botanistmaking the book as useful as it is beautiful. One Hundred Flowers also includes an introduction by popular garden author and lecturer Sydney Eddison and a critical essay by celebrated photography critic A.D. Coleman.
A collection of 100 flower portraits by photographer Harold Feinstein. The book features colour portraits of dahlias, roses, anemones, poppies, pansies, orchids, tulips, azaleas, peonies and others. Each variety is coupled with a brief description that includes hints about cultivation.
About the Author
Harold Feinstein began his career in photography in 1946 at the age of 15. Four years later, Edward Steichen had purchased his work for the permanent collection at MoMA. A.D. Coleman is a media critic who has been widely published. He frequently contributes to ARTnews, Photography in New York, and others. Sydney Eddison is a popular lecturer and gardener. She writes frequently for Fine Gardening, Organic Gardening, Horticulture, and others.
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