Anne Reed Gallery facilitates acquisition of 52 large color botanical photographs

Anne Reed Gallery, at the direction of one of the gallery’s generous clients, helped facilitate the installation of a large number of Harold Feinstein botanical prints at Stanford University’s new state-of-the-art Bing Concert Hall.

This gallery a few years ago, was involved in the sale of several large format flower prints that were gifted to the Stanford University Children’s Hospital. This most recent acquisition by Helen and Peter Bing involves the placement of the largest, intact collection to date (52 flowers, foliage and vegetable prints) of Harold’s work in a public venue.

Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University

Here are a few of the images that were selected for this latest impressive grouping of Harold’s work. We are thrilled that this sizable collection of Harold’s prints will be a strong visual focus in a remarkable and architecturally stunning building.

Anne Reed Gallery, a fine art gallery, has had a deep commitment to photography from its inception three decades ago and has represented Harold’s work for many years.

Purple Anemone, 1999
Modern Rose, 1999
Honeydew Melon, 2001