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[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]

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1888-1910 , Bermuda , Bermuda Islands , Botanical illustration , Europe , New England , Pictorial works , Plants , Water-color drawings

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Title

[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]

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Sharp, Helen.

Genre

Book

Material Type

Visual resource

Publication info

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Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903.

Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines.

"These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1.

Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers.

Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston.

Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.

Subjects

1888-1910 , Bermuda , Bermuda Islands , Botanical illustration , Europe , New England , Pictorial works , Plants , Water-color drawings

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Top BHL Partner Content

Women in Natural History

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QK98.183.S53 S53

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Latin

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OCLC: 43112802

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.100572

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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/100572 --- Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.},
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/100572 --- Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.},
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@book{bhl187388,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
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@book{bhl188022,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
volume = {v.9 (1888-1910)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188022},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/100572 --- Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.},
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@book{bhl187394,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
volume = {v.10 (1888-1910)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
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@book{bhl187393,
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187393},
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@book{bhl187396,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187396},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/100572 --- Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.},
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@book{bhl187395,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
volume = {v.13 (1888-1910)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187395},
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@book{bhl187391,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
volume = {v.14 (1888-1910)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187391},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/100572 --- Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.},
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@book{bhl187392,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
volume = {v.15 (1888-1910)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187392},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/100572 --- Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.},
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@book{bhl188020,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188020},
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@book{bhl188018,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
volume = {v.17 (1888-1910)},
copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188018},
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@book{bhl187978,
title = {[Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe] },
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url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187978},
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N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
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KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.13 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187395
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.14 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187391
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.15 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187392
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.16 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188020
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.17 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188018
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.18 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187978
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.2 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/181615
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.3 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187320
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.4 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187387
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.5 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187329
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.6 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187321
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.7 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187390
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.8 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/187388
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -
TY - BOOK
TI - [Water-color sketches of plants of North America and Europe]
VL - v.9 (1888-1910)
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/188022
PY - 1888
N1 - Eighteen albums of water-color sketches by Helen Sharp of flowering plants and shrubs common to the United States, especially New England, as well as to Bermuda and parts of Europe, dated between June 1888 and Sept. 1910. | Sketches in water-color and ink on paper (26 x 18 cm. or smaller) include botanical captions in Latin, along with Sharp's notes on the common name and physical characteristics of each plant, and location and date of drawing. There is also a table of contents at the front of each sketchbook. The first 16 albums contain sketches of plants common in New England, in towns of Massachusetts such as Nantucket, Taunton, Boston, No. Andover, Marblehead, Hingham, Gloucester; Maine (York, Sorrento); New Hampshire (Surrey), and Connecticut. Volume 17 contains sketches of plants made by the artist while traveling in Switzerland, Italy, England, and France, while v. 18 contains sketches of tropical fruits and flowers of Bermuda, completed during Sharp's visits of 1892, 1893, and 1903. --- Drawings are affixed to paper leaves, or, in some cases, to stubs in which holes have been punched, and then laced together within marbled paper boards with maroon cord; maroon leather spines and reinforced corners; gold-stamped album numbers on spines. --- "These drawings were made from nature by Miss Helen Sharp, and have been used in part in the botanical classes of the Lowell Free Courses of the Teachers' School of Science [of the Boston Society of Natural History] ... This collection includes sketches of about seven hundred species ... arranged in accordance with the classification in Gray's Manual"; cf. printed announcement of an exhibition of Sharp's drawings at the Boston Society of Natural History in April 1899 affixed to inside front cover of v. 1. --- Small ms. notes in a different hand, attached with straightpins to scattered leaves throughout the notebooks, contain comments on the drawings, possibly by one of the artist's teachers. --- Bookplate of the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston. --- Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.
AU - Sharp, Helen.
KW - 1888-1910
KW - Bermuda
KW - Bermuda Islands
KW - Botanical illustration
KW - Europe
KW - New England
KW - Pictorial works
KW - Plants
KW - Water-color drawings
ER -