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The Insides of the Herbarium

Have a plant identification images laminated and put like a book on posts around each bed.

Wildly Obsessed The magically inventive ‘Flower Constructions’ of Anne Ten Donkelaar first caught my eye in some stream of images online with flowers in art. But when I had a moment to delve deeper.

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Photography, studio updates, and news from Brian Paquette Interiors, Seattle high end interior design and decoration firm.

Mary Delany (English, 1700-1788) - "Senecio Jacobea", 1782 - Collage of coloured papers, with bodycolour and watercolour, on black ink background

Mary Delany (English, - "Senecio Jacobea", 1782 - Collage of coloured papers, with bodycolour and watercolour, on black ink background

Art in an Instant: 12 Quick Ideas Using Floating Glass Frames

Art in an Instant: 12 Quick Ideas Using Floating Glass Frame

[ Botanical Print: Salvia officinalis, Sage ] illustrated by Franz Eugen Kohler (c. 1883-1914). For sale (or admiration). ~ on Missouri Botanical Garden Press mbgpress.info

Sage Common name for the two genera Salvia and Audibertia; but most popularly for the hardy sub-shrub Salvia officinalis , which is extensively grown for seasoning dressings used with rich meats, and for flavoring sausages and cheese.

Mary Delany (British; Female; 1700 - 1788)

Mary Delany: Centaurea Peregrina, formerly in an album (Vol. 1778 Collage of coloured papers, with bodycolour and watercolour, on black ink background. © Trustees of the British Museum.

Sophora Tetraptera, from an album (Vol.IX, 26). 1779 Collage of coloured papers, with bodycolour and watercolour, on black ink background

Recto Sophora Tetraptera, from an album (Vol.IX, 1779 Collage of coloured papers, with bodycolour and watercolour, on black ink background © The Trustees of the British Museum

nickyskye meanderings: Mary Delany, collage artist of flowers in the 1700's

Recto Amygdalus Persica, from an album (Vol.I, Double flowering peach. 1778 Collage of coloured papers, with bodycolour and watercolour, on black ink background © The Trustees of the British Museum

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