In honor of the Bicentennial of the birth of landscape architect and conservation activist, Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903), art historian Anne Moore will discuss his life and enduring legacy. Olmsted was responsible for the design of nearly 5000 parks, gardens, urban spaces, and residential properties including Montauk’s “Seven Sisters.” :(The seven cottages in the Montauk Association Historic District were designed by McKim, Mead and White and built between 1882-1883 on 100 acres along an ocean bluff selected and situated by Olmsted.) Former museum director and member of the Oberlin College faculty. Anne Moore is a certified Fine and Decorative art appraiser. A resident of Quogue, she is the Historian of the Westhampton Garden Club.