West Rock, New Haven
, 1849, Frederic Edwin Church. New Britain Museum of American Art. Color slide set of details of
West Rock, New Haven
. (photographed May-August, 2001 by S.P.B., courtesy Mel Ellis, Director of Administration)
The Natural Bridge, Virginia
, 1852, Frederic Edwin Church. (presently on order from Bayly Museum of Art, University of Virginia)
, 1853, by Frederic Edwin Church. Yale University Art Gallery/Wonderland Graphics, Inc., Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1995. (Image 17 ½" x 26 ¾"). Color slide set of details of
. (photographed Summer, 2001 by S.P.B.)
The Andes of Ecuador
, 1855, Frederic E. Church (1826-1900). Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1984. (Image 15 3/16" x 24")
, 1857, by Frederic Edwin Church (American, 1826-1900). Corcoran Gallery of Art/Aaron Ashley Inc., Yonkers, N.Y., 1997. (Image 17 ¼" x 36") (Labeled
Heart of the Andes
, 1859, by Frederick Edwin Church (American, 1826-1900). The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Aaron Ashley Inc., Yonkers, N.Y., 1982. (Image 13" x 24")
Twilight in the Wilderness
, 1860, Frederic Edwin Church, American (1826-1900). The Cleveland Museum of Art/Bruce McGaw Graphics Publication, 1995. (Image 19 ¾" x 32 ½")
, 1862, Frederic Edwin Church (American, 1826-1900). The Detroit Institute of Arts/National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1989. From exhibition of October 8, 1989-January 28, 1990. (Image 23" x 40")
Color slide set, Olana State Historical Site/National Historical Landmark, the Frederic Edwin Church Estate, Hudson, New York (photographed June, 2001 by S.P.B.); West Rock Ridge State Park (drawing from my extensive collection of slides taken over the past twenty years); Mount Katahdin/Baxter State Park, Maine (photographic work done during August, 2001); Natural Bridge, Virginia (future photographic work); tropical ecology (slides taken in Puerto Rico, Yucatan peninsula, and Oahu and Kauai, Hawaii, supplemented with slides from New York Botanical Garden and Golden Gate Park, San Francisco). Geology slides of volcanoes and volcanically active regions: north central New Mexico Rio Grande Gorge; Bandelier National Monument (taken June, 2001), Snake River Plateau and Craters of the Moon National Park, Idaho (March, 1994; February, 2001), Mount Rainier, Washington (July, 1993); Honolulu, Hawaii (July, 1972).
Videotape, "Frederic Church's Olana," State of New York, Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, Monadnock Media, Inc., 1992.
New York Times, Metropolitan Desk series, "In Art's Footsteps, Landscape With Tourists," a Spring-Summer 2001 series of articles relating to Hudson River School paintings and Hudson River landscapes. Articles of May 27 (Sunday), June 7 (Thursday), June 20 (Wednesday), July 4 (Wednesday), and July 19 (Thursday) on landscape paintings by Jasper Francis Cropsey, Sanford Robinson Gifford, Alexander Helwig Wyant, John Frederick Kensett, and Martin Johnson Heade. Additional articles to be published.
Selected field guides from Peterson Field Guide Series (Eastern Forests, Mushrooms, Wildflowers, Trees and Shrubs, Reptiles and Amphibians, Birds, Mammals), National Audubon Society North American Field Guide Series (Rocks and Minerals, Mushrooms, Wildflowers, Trees, Reptiles and Amphibians, Birds, Mammals), Golden Guides (Wildflowers, Trees) from Classroom library.
Plant presses, Herbarium sheets and related materials (Ben Meadows, Forest Suppliers, Carolina Biological Supply Company).