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Marsden Hartley (American (North American))
Flowers in a Goblet No. 2
1923
Gift of Mr. Gilbert M. Frimet
1985/2.112
On the left of this print is a French door with window panels in it and an oversized key protruding from its right edge, which allows us to see a table with flowers behind it.
Bernard Reder (American (North American))
Flowers Behind the Door
1953
Museum Purchase
1953/2.29
A print of weeds.<br /><br />
Eva Caston 2017
Warren Lombard (American (North American))
Smart Weed
1938
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
1940.130
Drawing of a plant with flowers and leaves.<br /><br />
Eva Caston 2017
Warren Lombard (American (North American))
Binder Weed
1937
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
1940.304
Print of rose and thorny stem.<br /><br />
Eva Caston 2017
Warren Lombard (American (North American))
Rose
1932
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. White
1940.76
This photograph depicts a closeup view of a young fern positioned against a light, blank background.  
Karl Blossfeldt (German (culture or style))
Struthiopteris germanica
1928
Gift of Eeta Gershow
2014/2.7
This photograph depicts a closeup view of a plant's seed pods positioned against a light background.  
Karl Blossfeldt (German (culture or style))
Ptelea trifoliata
1928
Gift of Eeta Gershow
2014/2.8
This photograph depicts a closeup view of a flower bud against a light background.  
Karl Blossfeldt (German (culture or style))
Taraxacum officinalis
1928
Gift of Eeta Gershow
2014/2.11
Presented as a diptych, this photograph displays two closeup views of dried poppy seed-pods positioned against a light background.
Karl Blossfeldt (German (culture or style))
Papaver
1928
Gift of Eeta Gershow
2014/2.13
This is a color photograph of a pitcher-plant, with three long stems extending toward the top of the frame, one short stem on the left. A coniferous plant spans the background, in focus toward the top of the frame, and blurring toward the horizon line. 
Jeannette Klute
Pitcher-plant
1950 – 1954
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Agah, Class of 1989 (BBA)
2014/2.285
It is a round, openwork iron tsuba, in the design of three interconnected irises. The two holes are plugged with gold.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Tsuba (sword guard) with iris design
1775 – 1785
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Weston
1978/2.8

Theo Hios
Hydranga
1970 – 1980
Gift of George and Barbara Millio
2002/2.355
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