One Hundred Butterflies

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Little, Brown, Nov 4, 2009 - Photography - 128 pages
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In One Hundred Butterflies, photographer Harold Feinstein showcases butterfly varieties from around the world, turning exquisite details into mesmerizing works of art. Feinstein's breathtaking photographs capture the color, vibrancy, and infinite variety of patterns that occur on the wings of these ornate insects. One hundred impeccably reproduced, oversized photographs allow viewers to appreciate the Blue Morpho of Central America, the African Birdwing, and the Asian Swallowtail at a scale and depth impossible to experience in nature. An elegantly printed deluxe gift book, it is a treasure for butterfly enthusiasts and art lovers alike.


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User Review  - jenniferbogart - LibraryThing

Were you ever blessed as a child to have beautiful, large, full-color coffee-table type books full of gorgeous nature photographs? I wasn’t, but if I had One Hundred Butterflies would have been ... Read full review

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User Review  - JBD1 - LibraryThing

Harold Feinstein's One Hundred Butterflies is much like Andrew Zuckerman's Bird - stark photographs against an austere background (black, in this case, instead of white). I did appreciate the captions ... Read full review



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About the author (2009)

Harold Feinstein's distinguished career in photography began in 1950, when Edward Steichen purchased his work for the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and exhibited it frequently during his tenure there. Feinstein's photographs have also been exhibited by and represented in the collections of the International Center of Photography, the George Eastman House, the Museum of the City of New York, and the Musie d'Art Moderne in Paris. His work has appeared in such periodicals as Life, Audubon, Connoisseur, and Popular Photography. He is the author of One Hundred Flowers, Foliage, and One Hundred Seashells.
Robert H. Hesse has been a Certified Orchid Judge of the American Orchid Society for more than 20 years and is a director of the Massachusetts Orchid Society.

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