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Dawn Redwood

Dawn Redwood

Piece description from the artist

Dawn Redwood. The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University was established in 1872 when the trustees of the will of James Arnold (1781-1868), a whaling merchant of New Bedford, Massachusetts, transferred a portion of Arnold’s estate to the President and Fellows of Harvard College. In the deed of trust between the Arnold trustees and the College, income from the legacy was to be used “for the establishment and support of an arboretum, to be known as the Arnold Arboretum, which shall contain, as far as practicable, all the trees [and] shrubs . . . either indigenous or exotic, which can be raised in the open air.”

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Details

Size
30.0" x 20.0"
Medium
Dye print on aluminum

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