John Henry Dearle, Greenery
John Henry Dearle, Greenery, 1892. Wool and mohair; tapestry weave. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Charles Potter Kling Fund and Museum purchase with funds donated anonymously and from Jody and Tom Gill, Suzanne Dworsky, Heidi Nitze, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee Perry, Ann Clarkeson, Rita J. and Stanley H. Kaplan Family Foundation, Inc., Lynne Rickabaugh, Penny Vinik, Brigitte Moufflet, Doris May, Mrs. I. W. Colburn, Kathleen Kemper, and Edith I. Welch. Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 2007.314
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