Edited By: Amy RW Meyers and Margaret B Pritchard
296 pages, 16 col and 42 b/w illus
Inspired by a major traveling exhibition of Mark Catesby's watercolor drawings from the Royal Library, Windsor Castle, this collection of interdisciplinary essays considers Catesby's endeavors as a naturalist-artist, scientific explorer, experimental horticulturist, ornamental gardener, and early environmental thinker in terms of the interests held by the various, overlapping communities in which he functioned - particularly as those interests related to the British colonial enterprise.
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