(1) Carnations. (2) Gillyvors.
Perdita: The fairest flower o' the season
Are our Carnations and streaked Gillyvors,
Which some call Nature's bastards
Winter's Tale, Act IV, sc. 4
Queen: There is a Willow grows aslant a brook,
That shows his hoar leaves in the glassy stream.
There on the pendent boughs her coronet weeds
Clamoring to hang, an envious sliver broke.
Hamlet, Act IV, sc. 7
Artwork by Rosa M. Towne and photograph by Edward Tabor
The discovery of Rosa M. Towne’s paintings in the Harvard Botanical Museum
©Clifford Ross/courtesy of the Portland Museum of Art
Stunning works by Clifford Ross at the Portland Museum of Art
The stein-laden mahogany back bar, and original 1935 booths featuring animal antler sconces
Photograph courtesy of The Student Prince
A Springfield, Massachusetts, tradition lives on
The 1850 former arsenal that now houses the armory museum
Photograph by Stan Tess/Alamy Stock Photo
Springfield Armory National Historic Site
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Evoking Horton Hears a Who
Photograph courtesy of Springfield Museums
Art, science, sports—and fanciful holiday lights—in central Massachusetts
Borders from Christmas letters, courtesy of Schlesinger library
Origins of a beloved, bemoaned Yuletide tradition
Jason Bouldin in his studio
Photograph by Thad Lee
Jason Bouldin makes the intangible tangible.
Will Wilson, Diné (b. San Francisco 1969), "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015.
Harvard Art Museums, Richard and Ronay Menschel Fund for the Acquisition of Photographs, 2021.19. © Will Wilson; image courtesy of the artist.
Harvard Art Museums exhibition explores the American military’s effect on its homeland.