African Woman with Peonies,  Jean Frédéric Bazille
The history of women and botany: “Women’s botanical activity raised concerns because it removed them from the domestic sphere and because it placed  women within a heretofore masculine network of plant fanciers.”
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African Woman with Peonies, Jean Frédéric Bazille

The history of women and botany: “Women’s botanical activity raised concerns because it removed them from the domestic sphere and because it placed women within a heretofore masculine network of plant fanciers.”

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    Interesting. I haven’t thought about women and botanical activity raising concerns before. :O
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