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"June" is a color etching of a floral arrangement

J. Clark (Etcher), Pieter Casteels (Painter), John Bowles (Publisher), June, ca. 1744-1745, Winterthur Museum, Garden, & Library (photo courtesy Winterthur Museum, winterthur.org) 

Last year, doctoral candidate Liz Simmons conducted research and aided in the digitization of a collection of works on paper at Winterthur Museum. This project was part of an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts; a principal grant program that supports public engagement and access to art in various forms.  

Simmons wrote a short article about some of her research findings entitled "Blossoming Prints: The Proliferation of the Dutch Flower Still Life,” which discusses the reproduction of Dutch still-life paintings through rich color prints, and the important printing techniques behind them. The article was originally published in the 18th anniversary edition of Antiques and Fine Art magazine. 

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Doctoral candidate Liz Simmons' article is based on research she conducted at Winterthur.

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