Harold Feinstein's distinguished career in photography began in 1950. He is widely admired for his vivid and breathtaking close-up photographs of flowers. His pictures have been exhibited at numerous museums and galleries including the Museum of the City, New York and the Musee d'Art Moderne in Paris.
' the most jaw-dropping close-ups Shot against a stark black background and accompanied only by the flower name, the flowers burst to the fore-front, bright in hue and voluptuous in form. These are the types of photos that one can pull out and frame. The books will remind readers why flowers,and especially roses, are so symbolic of tender sentiments' - Publishers Weekly