Write a short story based on select works from NOMA’s decorative arts collection for prizes in youth and adult categories.
In this print by Imogen Cunningham, the contrast of a dramatically lit rubber plant allows for a complete description of the specimen.
Eighteenth-century Frenchman Pierre-Joseph Redouté has been called the greatest botanical artist of all-time.
NOMA staff, in partnership with Octavia Books, recommend books for all ages related to themes of flowers and nature.
Photographer Eugène Atget captured fleeting scenes of “vieux Paris” in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as the city underwent modernization.
In Japanese art, bamboo is a visual metaphor for the upright individual: someone who is strong, flexible, and able to withstand great adversity.
Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola painted The Garden Party after a 2016 visit to New Orleans.