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Baobab Gallery

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Choose from 5 images in our Baobab collection.


262 African Baobab Tree in the Princesss Garden at Tanjore, India
262 African Baobab Tree in the Princesss Garden at Tanjore, India
Baobab near the bank of the Lue (Adansonia digitata)
Baobab near the bank of the Lue (Adansonia digitata)
Baobab & Sisal, near Berenty nature reserve, Adansonia Baobab & Sisal, near Berenty nature reserve, Adansonia
Baobab & Sisal, near Berenty nature reserve, Adansonia Baobab & Sisal, near Berenty nature reserve, Adansonia
Baobab (Adansonia) and Sisal (Agave sisalana) near Berenty nature reserve, Madagascar
Baobab (Adansonia) and Sisal (Agave sisalana) near Berenty nature reserve, Madagascar
88. Flowers of a Brazilian Forest Tree
88. Flowers of a Brazilian Forest Tree
Baobab near the bank of the Lue (Adansonia digitata) Featured Image

Baobab near the bank of the Lue (Adansonia digitata)

Oil on canvas. Inscribed in paint on verso of canvas BAOBAB near the bank of the Lue, a tributary of the Zambesi River above Kabrabasi. It seems to consist of three original stems now united as they have grown up. The whole group is 17 yards in circumference and two of the stems now united In 18 feet from the ground 13 yards. Novr 27 1858'. The painting was executed around seven months later at Tete. This particular tree was observed by Baines while accompanying Dr. David Livingstone on his Zambesi Expedition. Livingstone set out to explore the rapids at Kebrabasa, finally reaching them on the 9th November 1858. Of the surrounding topography he noted, The country, between Tette and Panda Mokua, where navigation ends, is well wooded and hilly on both banks...Conspicuous among the trees, for its gigantic size, and bark coloured exactly like Egyptian syenite, is the burly Baobab. It often makes other trees of the forest look like mere bushes in comparison

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