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Tulip 'Bissard Adelaar',

Tulip 'Bissard Adelaar',. © RBG KEW

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Tulip 'Bissard Adelaar' watercolour on paper. Ehret, Georg Dionysus, born 1708 - died 1770 (artist)

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Media ID 654502

Date: 3rd December 2007

Author: Ehret, Georg Dionysius (1708-177

Filename: Tulipa, Ehret.jpg

Image Size: 3440 x 5072 Pixels

Filesize is 10.02MB

Associated Categories: Botanical Art

Associated Categories: Botanic

Keywords:  1708-177  18th century  botanical art  ehret  georg dionysius  liliaceae  paintings  tulip  tulipa  water colour


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