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363. Trees from the Artists Hut at St. Johns, South Africa

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On the right the Amatungula, (Carissa grandiflora, E. Mey.) or auntigoulah, as corrupted by the colonists ; the best native fruit of the country. Above it and on the left the Milk Tree (Sideroxylon inerme, Linn.) of which the Kaffirs make their clubs

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 4991642

Date: 3rd May 2011

Filename: MN_363_004440LA090729_00120.jpg

Image Size: 5580 x 8244 Pixels

Filesize is 43.25MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, landscape, leaves, marianne north, painting, south africa