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Lenhardt Library of the Chicago Botanic Garden Digitized Collections: Trees, Forests, Sedges & Ferns
Jacob Strutt (1784–1867) had developed a fine reputation as a portrait painter in early nineteenth century England. This business was financially and professionally significant for Strutt, but in the 1820s he turned his attention from people to trees. Why?