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Walter Fitch, Llewllyn House, Kew Featured Botanical Art Image

Walter Fitch, Llewllyn House, Kew

Walter Fitch, Llewllyn House, Kew. Presented by his widow in 1904. Walter Fitch (1817-1892) was appointed as a botanical artist for Curtis' Botanical magazine by William Hooker. Over a period of forty years he produced illustrations of more than 2700 plants and published more than 10, 000 in total. He was known for his great skill as a lithographer, working directly onto a metal or stone plate without making preliminary sketches

© RBG KEW

781. Poison Tree strangled by a Fig, Queensland Featured Botanical Art Image

781. Poison Tree strangled by a Fig, Queensland

The central figure of this picture represents the skeleton-like trunk of a Fig Tree, which has nearly strangled the Poison Tree (Laportea, moroides, Wedd.), in a fork of whose branches it started life as a seedling epiphyte. It soon grew apace, and s

© RBG KEW

Art, Artist, Fig, Leaves, Marianne North, Painting, Poison Tree, Queens Land, Skeleton Like, Strangled, Trunk

577. Flowers and Fruit of the Mangosteen, and Singapore Monkey Featured Botanical Art Image

577. Flowers and Fruit of the Mangosteen, and Singapore Monkey

The Mangosteen (Garcinia Mangostana, Linn.) is a native of Malacca, and it is esteemed by many as the best of all tropical fruit. The white arils are juicy like the grape; the pink rind is apt to leave a stain on anything it touches. See 557

© RBG KEW

Art, Artist, Flowers, Fruit, Grape, Juicy, Leaves, Malacca, Mangosteen, Marianne North, Monkey, Painting, Pink Rind, Singapore