biografía de (Moulton) Lee ADAMS (1922-1971)

Lugar de nacimiento: Jacksonville, FL

Direcciones: Jacksonville, FL

Profesión: Painter, illustrator, lecturer

Estudios: Univ. North Carolina and special work in botany at Rollins Col., A.B

Exposiciones: nationally; solo: Nat. Audubon Soc. Hdqtrs., NYC; Kennedy Galleries, NYC; Mus. Natural History, Buffalo; Baylor Univ.; Cornell Univ.; Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Miami; Garden Club of America, New York; Horticultural Hall, Boston; International House, New Orleans; LACMA; Miami Beach A. Center; Morehead Gal., Univ. North Carolina; N.Y. Botanical Gardens; Phi Beta Kappa Hall, College of William & Mary; Wilmington Soc. FA; Univ. Georgia; Garden Symposium. Williamsburg, Va.; Norton Gal. A., West Palm Beach; Cummer Gal. A., Jacksonville. Awards: Montgomery Palm Medal; prizes, Jacksonville A. Festival, 1961-1963.

Asociaciones: Audubon Soc.; assoc. mem., AID; assoc., AWCS.

Obra: many botanical watercolors and oils in private collections; Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Coral Gables; Garden Club of America Headquarters, NYC; United Fruit Co.; Hunt Botanical Lib., CI; Jacksonville AM; Central offices, ACL Railroad; First National Bank, Orlando. Murals: St. Vincent's Hospital, River Club, Timuquana Country Club, and Sears Roebuck Co., all Jacksonville, Fla.; Ribault Club; 10 murals, NYWF, 1964-65.

Comentarios: Illus., series of prints Fifty Wildflowers of Northeastern America" (Nat. Audubon Soc., 1951); series of folios illus. tropical fruit of the world under direction of David Fairchild. Cover des., Horticulture magazine and others. Lectures on expeditions made for subject matter."

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