Beatrix Potter

June 1988
New Yorker;6/6/88, Vol. 64 Issue 16, p32
Focuses on the Beatrix Potter exhibition at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York City. Title of the exhibition; Brief profile of Potter; Notable watercolor drawings included in the exhibition; Biography of Potter by Margaret Lane; Highlights of Potter's career.


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