Emily's Pressings, C. 1841 - Foundation Goods
Emily's Pressings, C. 1841 - Foundation Goods

'Emily Dickinson Pressing XII' Framed Art



Emily Dickinson, poet of Amherst, Massachusetts, received formal training in botany and horticulture while a student at Amherst Academy from age 9 to 16. Her herbarium, produced during her years at Amherst Academy, was a treasure to her. With added labels in Dickinson’s hand giving botanical names and, in most cases, Linnaean class and order numbers. More than half the specimens represent native or naturalized species in the Amherst area; the remainder are yard, garden, or house plants. These images are presented in an ornate antique white frame.
by Emily Dickinson
21.5" x 26.5" | glass frame 

made to order | 6-8 week lead time