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front Portulaca flower
c. 1840
Botanical watercolors, such as this one by Eliza Allen Starr, were created by women throughout the United States and England.
front Trout Lily/ Adder Tongue Lily/ Dog's Tooth Violet flower
c. 1840
During the 19th century women artists in America and England looked to the natural world for inspiration.
front Landscape of Irish Ruins
c. 1826
A female pupil at Deerfield Academy painted this landscape of Irish Ruins as part of her training in the ornamental arts.
front Planting Potatoes
c. 1930
Elizabeth Brooks Fuller, of Deerfield, Massachusetts' famous family of painters, painted this annual scene: the spring potato planting.
front Burning
c. 1930
The end of the potato harvest is documented in Elizabeth Brooks Fuller's watercolor of the burning of the potato vines. The vines were burnt in the fields to prevent disease.
front Plowing
c. 1935
A horse-drawn sulky plow was still being used in the fields near the Deerfield, Massachusetts, home of Elizabeth Brooks Fuller as late as 1935, when this watercolor was made.
front "A Soldier's Dream"
c. 1863
During the Civil War the hours spent in camp often weighed heavily upon a soldier's mind.


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