I was in the Everson Museum, Syracuse, where they have one gallery devoted to the Arts & Crafts Period (Stickley et al). There was a little painting by some artist I never heard of, "My Studio," dated 1937. In one corner of the painting was unmistakably a Ficus. It was similar to a common rubber plant, but instead of oval, the leaves were narrow, more like F. benjamina, but the size of F. elastica. Since the rest of the painting was realistic, I assume her plant looked exactly like that. Does anyone know what species of fig that was?
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