Bright red berries sit nestled among summery green leaves, bringing an illustrated touch of nature into your home. By artist Mary Morris Vaux Walcott. Walcott (1860-1940) was born into one of the oldest, wealthiest, and most prominent Quaker families in Philadelphia. She began painting flowers at the age of eight, and studied drawing while she attended the Friends Select School, a Quaker institution in Philadelphia. This print is just a taste from her glorious work of 400 wild flowers of North America.