Two hundred years ago in the summer of 1821, John James Audubon arrived in what is now St. Francisville, Louisiana, to work as a teacher for … Read More
For years the contributions of American female landscape architects have been recognized, but perhaps never so poignantly as now. During months of lockdown and pandemic-related upheaval, many people across our country have rediscovered the joys inherent in our landscapes, whether publicly (and socially distanced) or privately (safe at home).
Margaret Stones was an Australian botanical artist known for her remarkable watercolor drawings published in Curtis’s Botanical Magazine (Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew), Endemic Flora of Tasmania, and Native Flora of Louisiana. Ms. Stones died in 2018 at the age of 98. LSU Press published an oversized special folio edition of Native Flora of Louisiana in full color in the same year.