Skip to main content
Tel: (678) 701-8254

356. Angraecum and Urania Moth of Madagascar

Purchase This Item For Download
world rights, single editions, non exclusive use

Please Select A License Option

For one off display, up to A1 in size, for a period up to 3 years

up to 5 years

For use in exhibition deisplay for up to 6 months £400 - £750

For personal use only, not to be used commercially

up to half size

Any singleprint usage, billboard, ad, insert, display

no larger than three quarters of the page

no larger than one eighth of a page

Not more than three quarters of the page in size

No larger than one eighth of the page

For printing as part of a display, one use only, not for promotional use

^ Please refine your license choice

Other options available, please contact us for more details

The genus Angraecum numbers about 250 species, inhabiting the Mascarene Islands and Tropical and South Africa; and their flowers vary in size from less than a quarter of an inch long in A. parvulum, from Mauritius, to eighteen inches in the present

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 4541938

Date: 25th February 2011

Filename: MN_356-004440LA090603_00132_1.jpg

Image Size: 5808 x 8352 Pixels

Filesize is 15.95MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: angraecum, art, comet orchid, darwin, flower, madagascar, marianne north, moth, painting, victorian, white