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Study of Peonies (c. 1472) - Martin Schongauer

Martin Schongauer, studies of peonies, 1472 - Bodycolor and watercolor. One of the earliest surviving northern European botanical studies drawn from life. It was made as a study for the painting The Madonna of the Rose Garden.

v.1 (1845) - Flore des serres et des jardins de l'Europe - Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Antiquarium - Antique Print & Map Gallery - Louis van Houtte - Rhododendrum gibsonii Chromolithograph PUBLIC DOMAIN

Para el bícep interno izquierdo, junto a otras flores

Passiflora caerulea Flowers from The Botanical Magazine, Volumes 2 and First published in 1787 by William Curtis

Watercolour on rice paper of plant identified as Paeonia suffruticosa from one of four bound albums of paintings by anonymous Chinese artists purchased by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1912. Date: c.19th

Watercolour on rice paper of plant identified as Paeonia suffruticosa from one of four bound albums of paintings by anonymous Chinese artists purchased by the Royal Horticultural Society in

Paeonia (Tree peony) by Aime Bonpland, Description des plantes rares a Malmaison (1813)

Paeonia (Tree peony) Illustration by Aime Bonpland, from Aime Bonpland and Pierre Joseph Redoute, Description des plantes rares a Malmaison (Paris, © The British Library Board

Beautiful watercolor botanicals of poppies by Simon Holtzbecker, 1660.

These botanical illustrations of flowers are by German artist Hans Simon Holtzbecker, who specialised in flower painting. This watercolour drawing from 1660 is part of an album containing 73 botanical drawings.

Dendrobium Nobile var. Nobiliu :: Dictionnaire iconographique des orchidees : Bruxelles :Imp. F. Havermans, 1896-1907

I think orchids are such cool flowers, i love the depth created by the pedals. I also really like how the stem looks like bamboo.

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