(1859 - 1943)
Florentine Harriet Hayden was active/lived in Connecticut. Florentine Hayden is known for landscape painting, book illustration.
Biography Florentine Hayden
Florentine Harriet Hayden was the daughter of a prominent industrialist, inventor and lover of the arts, Hiram Washington Hayden and Pauline Migeon, a native of France. She grew up in Waterbury, Connecticut at the family homestead "Maplewild", which is located in the center of what is today known as "Hayden Homestead Park". In 1921 her two nieces transferred the property to the city of Waterbury and hired renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead to create a beautiful park setting as an enduring tribute to the Hayden family.
She is known for her landscape paintings and for her book illustrations including Mrs. Browning's Poetical Works, TY Cromwell & Co., 1884; and two works by Anna B. Wa
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