yama-bato:

Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Herbarium, circa 1839-1846. 1 volume (66 pages) in green cloth case; 37 cm. MS Am 1118.11, Houghton Library © President and Fellows of Harvard College.

yama-bato:

Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886. Herbarium, circa 1839-1846. 1 volume (66 pages) in green cloth case; 37 cm. MS Am 1118.11, Houghton Library © President and Fellows of Harvard College.

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dakotarosewood:

(movement with hydrangeas)
van dusen botanical gardens
vancouver, bc, ca

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upclosefromafar:

~Nature n stuff~

upclosefromafar:

~Nature n stuff~

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Green Wheat Field (detail), Vincent Van Gogh, 1890

Green Wheat Field (detail), Vincent Van Gogh, 1890

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None of my current library books or any of the several dozen books to be read on my own bookshelf are appealing to me, so Pride and Prejudice it is.  Bookish dilemmas abound.

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meditations-poetiques:

Water Lilies, Monet 

meditations-poetiques:

Water Lilies, Monet 

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books0977:

Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).
Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.

books0977:

Woman Reading by Window. Jessie Wilcox Smith (American, 1863-1935).

Smith was a US illustrator famous for her magazine work in Ladies Home Journal and children’s book illustrations. In 1884, she attended the School of Design for Women and later studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After finishing school, she worked in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal for five years. She furthered her education by taking classes under Howard Pyle and also attending the Brandywine School.

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"So often, a visit to a bookshop has cheered me and reminded me that there are good things in the world."

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