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  • The Kew Book of Botanical Illustration

    …worldwide in botanical science and the study and preservation of plant species, and Christabel King has been doing illustrations for them for 40 years and is their foremost botanical artist. Here she explains both scientific botanical illustration and the looser botanical art, and covers materials,…

  • Genus Cyclamen: Science, Cultivation, Art and Culture

    …on cultivation in North America, Japan and Australasia. Other chapters cover the history of cyclamen, including a review of its use in botanical art from 1st Century AD to present, cyclamen in literature, and the use of cyclamen in ceramics, pottery, glassware, stamps, jewellery and postcards.

  • RHS Flowers the Watercolour Art Pad

    Anyone can produce beautiful botanical paintings with this, the first guided watercolour book. Printed on specialist watercolour art paper and containing step-by-step tutorials, this book is the perfect introduction to producing exquisite illustrations. 30 works by Rachel Pedder-Smith have been…

  • The Arborealists: The Art of the Tree

    …and the Ruralists. Featuring work by 37 artists, this lavishly illustrated book, at turns dramatic and contemplative, demonstrates that trees still have a relevance in contemporary art and retain the power to move us all as a vital element in our landscape and sense of national identity.

  • The Genus Betula

    …difficult to identify. Accounts are given of all known birches found in Europe, Asia and North America, both white and brown barked, and a key for their identification. An invaluable tool for arboriculturalists and professional and amateur gardeners, and will also appeal to lovers of botanical art.

  • The Flower Garden

    …book displays and describes the characteristics of more than 50 varieties of flower. Exquisite botanical illustrations accompany a lyrical text by nature writer and botanist Michael Scott. Press-out sections enable you to reveal the outlines of the flowers and transform your book into a work of art.

  • A Garden Eden

    In pursuit of both knowledge and delight, the craft of botanical illustration has always required not only meticulous craftsmanship but also a rigorous scientific understanding. This fresh TASCHEN edition celebrates the botanical tradition and talents with a selection of outstanding works from the…

  • Monet at Giverny

    This book takes us on a tour of the Normandy house and gardens of Claude Monet, exploring the settings in which Monet and his family spent their daily lives. Richly illustrated with photographs taken as the seasons unfold.

  • In Bloom Writing Paper

    The dying art of letter writing will surely be revived by Laura Stoddart's exquisite botanical illustrations. Featuring a single hydrangea on one side of each sheet of paper, this lovely writing set will have you reaching for the fountain pen. There are ten sheets and envelopes in each box.*…

  • The Tree

    …of the forest. Exquisite illustrations of leaves, fruits and branches accompany a lyrical text by conservation expert Steve Marsh that describes the features of 52 varieties of tree. Press-out sections enable you to reveal the outline of each shape and transform your book into a work of art.

  • Cherry Blossoms

    …jewel-like collection of the most exquisite cherry blossoms in Japanese art celebrates the enduring power of spring. This joyous collection of cherry blossoms, drawn from one of the world's finest collections of Japanese art, celebrates the universal pleasure of spring. Richly illustrated with…

  • The Orchid

    Produced in association with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, this collection of 40 orchids tells the many intriguing stories of this beguiling plant. It is enhanced with botanical illustrations by the great orchid artists, 40 of which have also been selected be included as prints and presented in a…

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