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A botanical screen print of a lush bouquet representing the month of April. This is a reproduction of a hand-colored engraving from a pictorial catalog originally produced in 1730 by Robert Furber entitled The Twelve Months of the Year in Flowers. This was the first plant and seed catalog to be published, and each print portrays the thirty or more flowers that bloom in the given month. A key at the base of the print identifies each flower. Framed and wired for hanging.
About the Seller
Retro Gallery in Los Angeles has been a top source for vintage accessories and lighting for nearly two decades. Owner Ara Tavitian, himself a passionate collector, is always on the search for unique items from European and American sources that will add flair, sophistication, or whimsy to any home. His products have long been featured in Architectural Digest, California Home + Design, House Beautiful and many other publications.
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- ink on paper/wood frame/glass
- 17" L x 1" W x 21" H