Botanical Prints
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    Botanical Engravings by Sowerby - Set of 4 - Prints with a Past

    $185.00  
    More Details Set of four original botanical engravings circa 1800 based on illustrations by James Sowerby (1757-1822), English naturalist and artist. From his monumental work on English botany that illustrated almost 3000 plants found in the British isles. Shown are the Black-thorn (1801), Cross-leaved Heath (1802), Upright Honeysuckle (1801) and Common Maple (1796). Each print measures 5"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
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    1886 Belgian Botanical Print - Labisia - Prints with a Past

    $68.00  
    More Details Original chromolithograph of a Labisia by Pieter de Pannemaeker, a noted 19th-century Belgian artist and lithographer. The Labisia is a small leafy plant, native to Malaysia, that grows in the shade of the tropical forest floor. Print appeared in an issue of L'Illustration Horticole, a Belgian horticultural periodical of the late 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text page.
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    Young Naturalist's Botanical Print - 1830 - Prints with a Past

    $115.00  
    More Details Original hand-colored engraving from an early 1800s "young naturalist's album" published in Paris. The album taught children about the world of nature including botany, mammals, birds, fish, insects and minerals. Shown on this print are a variety of trees including mahogany, lemon, tulip tree, beech, cypress and caper. Displayed in a standard size conservation mat. Image: 8"L x 5"H; overall: 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of accompanying text ...
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    Navy Vase Botanical Print I - 22" x 26"

    $195.00  
    More Details Inspired by an antique illustration, this navy botanical makes a classic addition to any decor. Printed on fine-art paper and paired with a white mat, this giclée reproduction comes beautifully framed in black-and-silver wood molding.
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    Shakespearean Holly Print - 1846 - Prints with a Past - artwork: multi; mat: beige with gold lining

    $185.00  
    More Details Original hand-colored lithograph from a 1840s English folio of botanical prints featuring flowers referenced in the works of William Shakespeare. Print includes the verse in which the flowers are mentioned, the play, act, and scene. Shown is the "Green Holly" from "As You Like It" (Act 2). Displayed in a conservation mat ready to be framed. Image: 8.5"L x 11.5"H; overall: 15"L x 18"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    1843 Hand-Colored French Botanical Print - Ballyhoo

    $349.00  
    More Details Newly framed original hand-colored French botanical print has origination inscribed in the lower right corner.
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    Crescent-leaved Passionflower - 1822 - Prints with a Past - yellow/green/white

    $99.00  
    More Details Original 1822 hand-colored engraving of the Crescent-leaved Passionflower, a plant native to Mexico and Jamaica. This botanical print is from an early edition of "Curtis's Botanical Magazine", the oldest and longest published of the British horticultural journals. Based on an illustration by the natural history artist James Sowerby (1757-1822). Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
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    Perette Lemon by Pancrace Bessa - 1836 - Prints with a Past - green/multi; mat, beige/gold

    $175.00  
    More Details Hand-colored engraving based on an illustration by the French botanical artist Pancrace Bessa (1772-1846). Shown is the Perette variety of Lemons (Limonier Perette). Conservation matted; unframed. Image: 6.5"L x 9.5"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Chinese Primrose - 1825 - Prints with a Past - pink/green; mat: beige w/ gold lining; frame: gold

    $295.00  
    More Details Original hand-colored engraving of the Chinese Primrose from an 1825 edition of "Curtis's Botanical Magazine". Based on an illustration by John Curtis (1791-1862) who was one of the principal botanical artists for the Magazine starting in 1818. Displayed in a conservation mat under ultraviolet glass in a gold wood frame. Image: 8.5"L x 10"H; overall: 16"L x 18"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
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    French Chart of Peppers - C.1900 - Ursus Books and Prints Art - off-white/multi

    $649.00  
    More Details Educational botanical wall chart published circa 1900 by Vilmorin-Andrieux. The poster is mounted on vintage board. Wear to edges.
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    Sweet-scented Rosebay - 1815 Engraving - Prints with a Past - pink/white/green

    $145.00  
    More Details Original 1815 hand-colored engraving of a Double Sweet-scented Rosebay (or Oleander), a plant native to the East Indies. From "The Botanical Register", a British horticultural journal published in the first half of the 1800s. Based on an illustration by the botanical artist Sydenham Edwards (1768-1819). Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
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    Flora of the Cape of Good Hope - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $155.00  
    More Details Pair of original hand-colored engravings featuring flowers native to the Cape of Good Hope region of South Africa. Shown are the Flowering Grass (1830) and Box-leaved Podalyria (1825). From The Botanical Register, a British horticultural journal published in the first half of the 1800s. Both engravings are based on illustrations by M. Hart, a frequent contributor to The Register. Each print measures 6"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original text pages. ...
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    The Salt-tree - 1807 Engraving - Prints with a Past - pink/green

    $85.00  
    More Details Original hand colored engraving of the Salt-tree. a member of the Robinia (or locust) family that flowers in June and July. Published in the early 1800s in "Curtis's Botanical Magazine", the oldest and longest published of the British horticultural journals. Based on an illustration by Sydenham Edwards (1768-1819), a frequent contributor to The Magazine. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
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    Azalea and Phlox - 1829 - Prints with a Past - yellow/pink; mat: beige; frame: brown

    $276.00  
    More Details Pair of original 1820s hand-colored engravings of the Yellow Azalea and Reflexed-leaved Phlox from the British horticultural journal "The Botanic Garden." Displayed in a conservation mat under ultraviolet glass in brown wood frames. Image, 2.5"L x 3"H; overall, 11"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original pages of accompanying text.
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    Elephant at a Paris Zoo - C. 1850 - Prints with a Past - gray/multi: mat, beige/gold

    $165.00  
    More Details Hand-colored lithograph from a 1850s folio of the animals in the zoo of the Jardin des Plantes, the main botanic garden in France, located on the left bank of the river Seine in Paris. Shown are an Elephant and Hippopotamus in a natural setting as visitors to the zoo would see them. Displayed in a conservation mat. Unframed. Image: 10"L x 8"H; overall: 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of ...