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Scarlet Pentstemon Botanical, 1836
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COLOR pink/green; frame, silver
CONDITION Very Good; fold marks original to plates publication
DIMENSIONS 15" L x 1" W x 16.5" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE OF watercolor/ink on paper; frame, giltwood
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 02 - Jul 05
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A 1979 graduate of the University of California in aesthetic studies and fine art photography, I have spent many years photographing the California mountains and coast. I met Ansel Adams in 1979 at his Carmel studio and have been collecting California plein air paintings since 1986. I offer a wide variety of artists and genres and hope you enjoy my passion for paintings and sculpture.
Why we love this
Hand-colored botanical print of "Mr. Murray's Scarlet Penstemon" by "S. Curtis Glazenwood, March 1 1936" published in Glasgow Botanical Garden newsletter. Plate 3472 with original plant notes on verso. Presented under glass in a pewter-hued giltwood frame. Image size, 10.50"H x 8.50"L. Fold marks original to plates publication.
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