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Flower drawings

Author: David Scrase
Publisher: Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Series: Fitzwilliam Museum handbooks.
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A chronological selection of beautifully illustrated flower drawings.

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All Authors / Contributors: David Scrase
ISBN: 0521584639 9780521584630 0521585783 9780521585781
OCLC Number: 35723740
Description: vii, 134 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. French School --
c.1415: Des proprietez des choses --
2. Netherlandish School --
fifteenth century: Horae: Book of Hours --
3. Netherlandish School --
1526: Horae: Book of Hours --
4. Antoine Du Pinet --
Narcissus pseudo-narcissus L. --
5. Ambrosius Bosschaert the Younger --
Tulip --
6. Jacob Marrell --
An open wicker basket of flowers in a window embrasure, with a frog and insects --
7. Nicolas Robert --
Three broken tulips --
8. Nicolas Robert --
Six diverse flowers with an insect and a tropical butterfly --
9. Nicolas Robert --
Rose and lavender with birds and a butterfly --
10. French School --
seventeenth century: Pasque flower and cowslip with a butterfly --
11. French School --
seventeenth century: Bluebell and a dragonfly --
12. Maria Sibylla Merian --
Sisyrinchium with two butterflies --
13. Pieter Withoos --
Rose of Provence --
14. Pieter Withoos --
Digitalis purpurea --
15. Claude Aubriet --
Mirabilis dichotoma L. --
16. Herman Henstenburgh --
A garland of mixed flowers attached to a wall --
17. Pieter Snyers --
Thistles --
18. Michiel Van Huysum --
Mixed flowers in a Chinese vase --
19. Barbara Regina Dietzsch --
Iris Germanica --
20. Margareta Barbara Dietzsch --
Taraxacum officionale --
21. Georg Dionysius Ehret --
Gentiana acaulis --
22. Georg Dionysius Ehret --
A rose, seen from behind, with two ranunculus --
23. Georg Dionysius Ehret --
Opuntia --
24. Georg Dionysius Ehret --
Arum --
25. Georg Dionysius Ehret --
Hura crepitans L. --
26. Georg Dionysius Ehret --
Musa --
27. Thomas Robins the Elder --
A bunch of ornamental flowers tied with a ribbon, surrounded by moths and butterflies --
28. Thomas Robins the Elder --
Yucca, Cape marigold and mesembryanthemum --
29. Thomas Robins the Elder --
Auriculas in a flower pot --
30. Alexis-Nicolas Perignon the Elder --
Rose bush with a butterfly --
31. Augustin Heckel --
Horse chestnut --
32. Mary Moser --
Mixed flowers in an urn ornamented with the astrological symbol for Aries, on a stone ledge --
33. Dorothee-Anne Vallayer-Coster --
Still life of mixed flowers in a glass on a ledge --
34. Friedrich Kirschner --
Weeds from a German roadside --
35. Elizabeth Burgoyne --
Halimium formosum --
36. Peter Brown --
Clematis sp. --
37. Amelia Fancourt --
Epilobium --
38. Mary Compton, Countess of Northampton --
Amygdalus persica --
39. Antoine Berjon --
An urn of poppies and convolvulus on a stone ledge --
40. James Sowerby --
Iris persica --
41. James Sowerby --
Erythronium dens canis --
42. Pierre-Joseph Redoute --
Magnolia macrophylla --
43. Pierre-Joseph Redoute --
Paeonia suffruticosa --
44. Francis Bauer --
A surround of mixed flowers framing a manuscript note by Sir Joseph Banks --
45. Ferdinand Bauer --
Malvaceae species --
46. Zacharie-Felix Doumet --
Spring and summer flowers seen beyond a balustrade, with a view across a river to a distant castle --
47. Jan Frans Van Dael --
Bouquet of mixed flowers --
48. Pancrace Bessa --
Potted auricula --
49. German School, c.1820 --
White field rose and dog rose --
50. Henrietta Geertruida Knip --
Selenicereus grandiflorus --
51. Patrick Nasmyth --
Rumex obtusifolius --
52. Lucy Cust --
Paeonia suffruticosa --
53. Nathalie D'Esmenard --
Noisette Rose --
54. John Lindley --
Doryanthes excelsa --
55. Alfred Chandler --
Camellia japonica eclipsis --
56. Isabella Selwin --
Heliocereus speciosus --
57. Charles Rosenberg --
Rosa x centifolia 'Bullata' --
58. Cornelius B. Durham --
Cattleya dolosa Rchb. fil. --
59. Augusta Innes Withers --
Datura rosei --
60. Mrs. William Duffield --
Fruit and flowers on a straw mat in a window frame --
61. Dominique Dumillier --
Flowering branch of a snowball tree with parrot tulips --
62. W. Mussill --
Climbing Tea roses and a humming bird --
63. Raymond Charles Booth --
Antirrhinum --
64. Margaret Stones --
Magnolia campbellii.
Series Title: Fitzwilliam Museum handbooks.
Responsibility: David Scrase ; photography by Andrew Morris.
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'With so much marvellous material to choose from the author has made a varied and interesting choice with some strong and vivid images.' The Garden, Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society

 
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