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Illustrations from John Gerald's "Herball and the Histories of Plants"-1

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1.Wild Turnip
2. Lion's leaf or lion's turnip
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3. Garden radish
4. Naver-gentle

THE FLOWERING PLANTS, GRASSES, SEDGES AND FERNS OF GREAT BRITAIN (1855) -3 ANNE PRATT

THE FLOWERING PLANTS, GRASSES, SEDGES AND FERNS OF GREAT BRITAIN (1855) -3
ANNE PRATT


AnnneAnne Pratt (5 December 1806 – 1893) was a botanical and ornithological illustrator from Strood, Kent. She was one of the best known English botanical illustrators of the Victorian age. She was the second of three daughters of Robert Pratt (1777–1819), a grocer, and Sara Bundock (1780–1845). Due to poor health and a 'stiff knee' in childhood she missed out on 'outdoor activities' and was encouraged to occupy herself by drawing. Anne Pratt was educated at Eastgate House, Rochester, and was introduced to botany by Dr. Dods, a family friend. She moved to Brixton, London in 1826 where she developed he career as an illustrator. She settled in Dover in 1849, then in East Grinstead in 1866 where she married John Pearless. They then moved to Redhill. She died inShepherd's Bush, London.
Anne Pratt wrote more than 20 books which she illustrated with chromolithographs. Anne Pratt's works were written in popular style but were said to be accurate. She was responsible for the popularising of Botany. She never achieved critical acclaim on the grounds that she was self-taught. She collaborated with William Dickes, (1815-1892), an engraver skilled in the chromolithograph process.

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Plate 14,
1 Corydalis claviculata (White Climbing-Corydalis)
2 C. solida (Solid-rooted Corydalis).
3 C. lutea (Yellow Corydalis).
4 Fumaria capreolata (Ramping Fumitory).
5 F. officinalis (Common Fumitory).
6 F. parviflora (Least-flowered Fumitory).

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Plate 15,
1 Thlaspi arvense (Mithridate-Mustard or Penny-cress).
2 T. perfoliatum (Perforate Penny-cress)
3 T. alpestre (Alpine Penny-cress)
4 Capsella Bursa-pastoris (Common Shepherd's Purse).
5 Hutchinsia petraea (Rock Hutchinsia).
6 Teesdalia nudicaulis (Naked-stalked Teesdalia)

Season's Greetings and Happy New Year 2015

Season's Greetings and Happy New Year

この十数年,年賀状にはその年の干支にちなんだ植物を Antique Botanical Print のコレクションから選んでスキャナーで読み込み,その画像をテーマとしている.
植物名は和名・漢名・英名・ラテン名などから探すが,なかなか難しい.

今年は未年なので,賀状には躑躅(シナレンゲツツジ)と淫霍(ヤチマタイカリソウ)とをプリントした.

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William Curtis's "Botanical Magazine or Flower Garden Displayed"
Plate 5905, Rhododendron sinense (1871) ORANGE JAPANESE RHODODENDRON

PAXTON'S "Magazine of Botany and Register of Flowering Plants"
Epimedium Macranthum (1840's)

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