The Infinite Tulip is a sumptious collection of phoptographs that showcases the extraordinary variety of forms that tulips have been bred to embody. Anyone who sees Feinstein's remarkable images will understand the reason for the Dutch tulip mania of the seventeenth century. An introduction by Feinstein explains his passion for photographing nature's exquisite gifts, and captions throughout provide both the Latin and popular names for each tulip. Published simultaneously with The Infinite Rose.
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.