Redouté to Warhol: Bunny Mellon's Botanical Art 2016American Impressionism 2016FRIDA KAHLO: Art, Garden, Life 2015Flora Illustrata 2014Groundbreakers 2014The Renaissance Herbal 2013Monet's Garden 2012A Forest in the City 2011Spanish Paradise 2011On Broadway 2011Emily Dickinson's Garden 2010Georg Ehret 2009Ex Libris 2009Kiku 2008Darwin's Garden 2008Plants of Japan 2007Paradise in Print 2007Buried Treasures 2006Dutch Watercolors 2006Glasshouses 2005America's Cornucopia 2003European Pleasure Gardens 2003Plants and Gardens Portrayed 2002
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About Library Exhibitions

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The LuEsther T. Mertz Library, founded in 1899, is the largest, most comprehensive botanical library in the Americas. It is also a treasury of centuries of knowledge about plants and related topics.

The Mertz Library Exhibition Program is the primary vehicle for displaying and discussing the many remarkable holdings of rare books, historic artifacts, archival documents, and artworks housed in the collections of the LuEsther T. Mertz Library. The Rondina and LoFaro Gallery has also borrowed important objects for past exhibitions from institutions, including Yale University (a Monet painting); Cambridge University (Darwin’s letters and notebooks); the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Japanese art, lacquers, and woodcut prints); the Morgan Library (paintings); Harvard University (Emily Dickinson’s letters and poems); the Oak Spring Garden Library (paintings, rare books, and mss.); and the American Museum of Natural History (rare books and mss.), among others.

Learn more about our past exhibitions from the Past Exhibitions drop-down menu above.

 

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