Green Garden Prints
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    The Kitchen Garden - 1990 - Prints with a Past - multi; mat, off-white w/ black bevel; frame, black

    $225.00  
    More Details Original New Yorker cover from March 26, 1990. Based on an illustration by the American painter Bob Knox (b. 1953) who has created over 20 covers for The New Yorker. Displayed in a conservation mat in a black metal frame under ultraviolet conservation glass. Image: 8"L x 11"H; overall: 13"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Bourbon Palm - 1896 - Prints with a Past - green/brown; mat: beige w/ gold lining

    $125.00  
    More Details Original lithograph from a late-1800s guide to flowers of the garden and greenhouse. Shown is the Bourbon Palm, a tropical palm native to east Asia. Displayed in a standard-size conservation mat. Image: 5.5"L x 8.5"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Double Chinese Peach Trees - 1882 - Prints with a Past - red/white/green

    $135.00  
    More Details Original 1880s lithograph of Double Chinese Peach Trees, a plant native to China. From a folio of British garden flowers published by Sir Joseph Paxton (1803-1865), gardener and architect best-known for his design of the Crystal Palace at the 1851 London exhibition. Displayed in a conservation mat. Unframed. Image: 6.5"L x 10"H; overall: 13"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and accompanying text pages.
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    Chili Pepper - 1838 - Prints with a Past - red/green/white

    $115.00  
    More Details Original 1830s hand-colored lithograph of the Chili Pepper (aka Burning Capsicum) from the Magazine of Botany. The Magazine was published by Sir Joseph Paxton in the first half of the 1800s. Paxton (1801-1865), a Victorian garden designer and architect, is best known for his design of the Crystal Palace for the Exhibition of 1851 in London. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.