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Botanical Illustration Collection (#4)

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Anguloa clowesii (Tulip orchid), 1866

Anguloa clowesii (Tulip orchid), 1866
Watercolour illustration of Anguloa clowesii by John Day, 4 August 1866. Artwork from John Days Scrapbook, vol 5, p. 11. Accompanying notes state that the specimen was " from a plant imported

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Dipteracanthus spectabilis

Dipteracanthus spectabilis by Walter Hood Fitch, plate 4494, vol 76, 1850. Current accepted plant name is Ruellia spectabilis

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Nipa fruticans, c. 1800

Nipa fruticans, c. 1800
Illustration of Nypa fruticans, commonly known as nipa or mangrove palm, by unknown Asian artist, Company Art, Kew Collection, c. 1800

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Cinchona calisaya var. ledgeriana, 1862

Cinchona calisaya var. ledgeriana, 1862
Illustration from Nueva Quinologia of Pavon by John Eliot Howard, 1862

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Cattleya trianae, 1882

Cattleya trianae, 1882
Lithograph on paper from The Orchid Album, Comprising Coloured Figures and Descriptions of New, Rare, and Beautiful Orchidaceous Plants, conducted by Robert Warner and Benjamin Samuel Williams, 1882

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Anthriscus cerefolium, 1893

Anthriscus cerefolium, 1893
Anthriscus cerefolium, commonly known as chervil, from Atlas des Plantes de France by Amedee Masclef, vol. 2, t. 141. Inscriptions says pl.141. Anthrisque cerfeuil (Cerefeuil cultive)

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Anethum graveolens, 1790

Anethum graveolens, 1790
Illustration of Anethum graveolens, commonly known as dill, from Icones Plantarum Medicinalium by Johannes Zorn, 1790, vol 6, t.512

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Allium schoenoprasum, 1788-1812

Allium schoenoprasum, 1788-1812
Illustration of Allium schoenoprasum, also known as chives, from Icones Plantarum Medicinalium by Joseph Jacob Plenck, 1788-1812, volume 3, plate 257

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Allium ursinum, 1838

Allium ursinum, 1838
Illustration of Allium ursinum, also known as wild garlic or ransoms, from Flora Danica by Georg Christian Oeder and Frederik Michael Liebmann, volume 13, plate 757, 1838

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Allium tuberosum, 1875

Allium tuberosum, 1875
Illustration of Allium tuberosum, also known as garlic chives, from Flora de Filipinas by M. Blanco, 1875, plate 87, atlas 1

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Agastache foeniculum, 1829

Agastache foeniculum, 1829
Illustration of Agastache foeniculum, also known as anise hyssop, from Edwards's Botanical Register, edited by John Lindley, 1829

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Syzygium aromaticum, 1890

Syzygium aromaticum, 1890
Syzygium aromaticum from Kohler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erlauterndem Texte : Atlas zur Pharmacopoea germanica, by Franz Eugen Kohler, 1890

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Tanacetum parthenium, 1890

Tanacetum parthenium, 1890
Tanacetum parthenium, commonly known as feverfew from Kohler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erlauterndem Texte : Atlas zur Pharmacopoea germanica, 1890

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Acmella oleracea, 1821

Acmella oleracea, 1821
Illustration of Acmella oleracea, also known as electric daisy, from Flore medicale des Antilles by Theodore Descourtilz, 1821, vol 1, plate 52

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Achillea ageratum, 1800

Achillea ageratum, 1800
Illustration of Acillea ageratum, also known as English mace, from Afbeeldingen der artseny-gewassen met derzelver Nederduitsche en Latynsche beschryvingen by Zorn, 1800

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Glycyrrhiza glabra, 1832

Glycyrrhiza glabra, 1832
Illustration of Glycyrrhiza glabra, also known as liquorice, from Flore medicale by Francois Pierre Chaumeton, 1832

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Tamarindus indica, c.1825-1828

Tamarindus indica, c.1825-1828
Illustration of Tamarindus indica, also known as tamarind, from Kew Collection by Rungiah for Robert Wright, c.1825-1828

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Armoracia rusticana, 1822

Armoracia rusticana, 1822
Illutstration of Armoracia rusticana, also known as horseradish, from Flora Batava by Jan Kops, 1822

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Allium schoenoprasum, 1869

Allium schoenoprasum, 1869
Illstration of Allium schoenoprasum, also known as chives, from English Botany by James Sowerby, 1869

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Myristica fragrans, 1856

Myristica fragrans, 1856
Illustration of Myristica fragrans, also known as nutmeg or mace, from Belgique horticole, journal des jardins et des vergers by Charles Morren, 1856

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Citrus hystrix, 1819

Citrus hystrix, 1819
Illustration of Citrus hystrix, also known as makrut lime, from Traite des Arbres et Arbustes que l'on Cultive en France en Pleine Terre by Duhamel du Monceau, 1819

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Pimenta dioica, 1827

Pimenta dioica, 1827
Illustration of Pimenta dioica, also known as allspice, from Flore Pittoresque et Medicale des Antilles by Michel Etienne Descourtilz, 1827

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Crocus sativus, c. 1828

Crocus sativus, c. 1828
Illustration of Crocus sativus, also known as saffron, from Kew Collection, possibly by Vishnupersaud for John Forbes Royle, c.1828

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Salvia officinalis, 1776

Salvia officinalis, 1776
Illustration of Salvia officinalis, also known as sage, from Flora Parisiensis by Pierre Bulliard, 1776

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Thymus vulgaris, 1800-1819

Thymus vulgaris, 1800-1819
Illustration of Thymus vulgaris, also known as thyme, from Traite des Arbres et Arbustes que l'on Cultive en France en Pleine Terre by H. L. Duhamel du Monceau, 1800-1819

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Capsicum annuum Longum group, c. 1810

Capsicum annuum Longum group, c. 1810
Illustration of Capsicum annuum Longum group, also known as chilli or paprika, from Kew Collection for Adam Freer, c.1810

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Mentha spicata, 1830

Mentha spicata, 1830
Illustration f Mentha spicata, also known as mint, from Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchlichen Gewachse by F.G. Hayne, 1830

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Petroselinum crispum, 1765

Petroselinum crispum, 1765
Illustration of Petroselinum crispum, also known as parsley, from Herbarium Blackwellianum by Elizabeth Blackwell, 1765

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Rhus coriaria, 1773

Rhus coriaria, 1773
Illustration of Rhus coriaria, also known as sumac, from Herbarium Blackwellianum by Elizabeth Blackwell, 1773

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Lavandula dentata, 1798

Lavandula dentata, 1798
Illustration of Lavandula dentata. also known as fringed lavender or French lavender, from Curtis's Botanical Magazine by William Curtis, 1798

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Foeniculum vulgare, 1832

Foeniculum vulgare, 1832
Illustration of Foeniculum vulgare, also known as fennel, from Flora Indica by unknown Indian artist for William Roxburgh, 1832

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Matricaria chamomilla, 1866

Matricaria chamomilla, 1866
Illustration of Matricaria chamomilla, also known as wild chamomile or German chamomile, from English Botany by James Sowerby, 1866

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Xylopia aethiopica, 1581

Xylopia aethiopica, 1581
Illustration of Xylopia aethiopica, also known as Ethiopean pepper or grain of Selim, from Plantarum seu Stirpium Icones by Matthias de L'Obel, 1581

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Eryngium foetidum, 1725

Eryngium foetidum, 1725
Illustration of Eryngium foetidum, also known as fitweed or shado beni, from A voyage to the islands Madera, Barbados, Nieves, S. Christophers and Jamaica by Hans Sloane, 1725

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Citrus hystrix, 1750

Citrus hystrix, 1750
Illustration of Citrus hystrix, also known as makrut lime or kaffir lime, from Herbarium Amboinense by Georgius Everhardus Rumphius, 1750

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Illicium verum, 1815-20

Illicium verum, 1815-20
Illustration of Illicium verum, commonly known as star anise, from Flore Medicale Decrite by Francois Pierre Chaumeton, 1815-20

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Zingiber officinale, 1750

Zingiber officinale, 1750
Illustration of Zingiber officinale, also known as ginger, from Herbarium Amboinense by Georgius Everhardus Rumphius, 1750

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Amanita rubescens, 1847-1855

Amanita rubescens, 1847-1855
Illustration of Amanita rubescens, also known as blusher mushroom, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, plate 23, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Pseudoinonotus dryadeus, 1847-1855

Pseudoinonotus dryadeus, 1847-1855
Illustration of Pseudoinonotus dryadeus, also known as oak bracket, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, plate 21, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Scleroderma verrucosum, Scleroderma citrinum, 1847-1855

Scleroderma verrucosum, Scleroderma citrinum, 1847-1855
Illustration of Scleroderma verrucosum and Scleroderma citrinum, also known as scaly earthball and common earthball, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, plate 17, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Hydnum repandum, 1847-1855

Hydnum repandum, 1847-1855
Illustration of Hydnum repandum, also known as sweet tooth or wood hedgehog, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, t.16, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Lycoperdon excipuliforme, 1847-1855

Lycoperdon excipuliforme, 1847-1855
Illustration of Lycoperdon excipuliforme, also known as pestle puffball, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Morchella esculenta, 1847-1855

Morchella esculenta, 1847-1855
Illustration of Morchella esculenta, also known as common morel, from Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussy, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Cortinarius violaceus, 1847-1855

Cortinarius violaceus, 1847-1855
Illustration of Cortinarius violaceus, a basidiomycete, also known as violet webcap, from Anna Maria Hussey, Illustrations of British Mycology, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Mitrula paludosa, 1847-1855

Mitrula paludosa, 1847-1855
Illustration of Mitrula paludosa, an ascomycete, also known as bog beacon, from Anna Maria Hussey, Illustrations of British Mycology, 1847-1855

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Fragaria species, 1900

Fragaria species, 1900
Illustration of Fragaria species, commonly known as strawberry, from Revue Horticole, 1900

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Fragaria species, 1846

Fragaria species, 1846
Illustration of Fragaria species, commonly known as strawberry, from Pomologie Francaise by Antoine Poiteau, volume 2, 1846

Background imageBotanical Illustration Collection: Averrhoa species, 1803

Averrhoa species, 1803
Illustration of Averrhoa species, commonly known as star fruit, by unknown artist from the Kerr Collection, Kew, c. 1803




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