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"Besler’s Hortus Eystettensis, the world’s most beautiful botanical book, first published in 1613. Over a thousand images were represented, most in true-life size." via Wallacegardens

The Poppy from Besler’s Hortus Eystettensis, the world’s most beautiful botanical book, first published in Over a thousand images were represented, most in true-life size.

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nisankubur: “ These are a couple of images of sketchbooks by Georg Dioysius Ehret - who was regarded by many as the best botanical artist of his day - which was during the golden age of.

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Elizabeth Blackwell's Botanical Guide, The British Museum has magnificent digital editions of all sorts of manuscripts available online. Be patient with the plug-ins that are required.

v.8 (1861) - L'Illustration horticole : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

v.8 (1861) - L'Illustration horticole : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Reloved Rubbish: February 2011

It seems to be ages since I posted a tutorial, but this project is perfect because it is free (if you already have frames laying around) an.

HENRI PRIVAT-LIVEMONT Quatre Planches Fleurs Décoratives: Chrysanthèmes, Iris, Pivoines et Tulipes.

HENRI PRIVAT-LIVEMONT Quatre Planches Fleurs Décoratives: Chrysanthèmes, Iris, Pivoines et Tulipes.

Hooker, Joseph Dalton. The cryptogamic botany of the Antarctic voyage :of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in the years 1839-1843 under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross http://pds.lib.harvard.edu/pds/view/12625125?n=132=true

The cryptogamic botany of the Antarctic voyage :of H. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in the years under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross