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  • The Modern Flower Painter

    …artwork has won awards from the Royal Horticultural Society, International Artist magazine and seen her elected to the prestigious Society of Botanical Artists. In this book, she shares her innovative watercolour technique so that you can paint flowers in her clean, crisp style. The book covers…

  • How to Paint Flowers & Plants: In Watercolour

    A complete guide to painting flowers and plants in watercolour, by a bestselling author and experienced, inspirational artist. Janet Whittle's vibrant and evocative compositions capture all the glory and beauty of flowers. In this beautiful book, you can learn Janet's creative techniques and…

  • A Brush with Brown: The Landscapes of Capability Brown

    …late maturity. Each section of the book deals with a particular Brown garden and gives a brief history of the estate. This book is enriched with Bolton’s thoughts and interpretations behind his paintings. An absolutely stunning book for anyone who appreciates fine art and landscape design history.

  • Monet at Giverny

    …gardens for which he is now revered. From the standpoint of his garden this book considers the controlling intelligence behind both landscape and art, and the influences that shaped Monet's life and vision. It is divided into three sections: The Man, The Garden, and The Paintings. The artist is…

  • Vincent's Trees

    Vincent van Gogh felt a profound empathy with the natural environment, and considered the spiritual essence of trees to be comparable with that of human figures. Vincents Trees traces Van Goghs development as a painter of trees in the natural landscape from his home province of North Brabant,…

  • A Pictorial Guide to the Big Blue Poppies

    This book will appeal to gardeners who are taking on the challenge of growing these enchanting blue poppies. Capturing the variable blue to violet spectrum of the translucent flowers is a photographic challenge and the accompanying text is essential reading to appreciate the subtleties within the…

  • Carnation

    Carnations permeate our culture from the wedding bed to the funeral wreath. Derided in Shakespeare as ‘nature’s bastards’, they challenged the tulip as the florist’s favourite flower, and went on to give their blessing to both a military coup and a Soho night club. Spanning the world from the…

  • Anna Mason's Watercolour World

    Anna Mason's vibrant, detailed and uplifting watercolours have earned her worldwide recognition. In this, her second book, she goes beyond flowers to explore her inspirations from across the natural world, including fruit, birds and animals. The book gives you a very personal insight into Anna's way…

  • Wild Flowers of Britain: Month by Month

    Previously unpublished, this book contains the illustrations painted over a period of 45 years by amateur botanist and water-colourist Margaret Erskine Wilson. In 1999, she donated 150 sheets of watercolour paintings representing a thousand British and Irish plants in flower and in fruit, painted in…

  • In Bloom

    …flowers that never lose their vibrancy. Renowned photographer Oberto Gili fills his house in Italy with treasures from his bountiful garden that inspire his work, and landscape designer Miranda Brooks puts to use her passion for all things botanical in the decoration of her beautiful Brooklyn home.

  • Flowerbomb!

    …make at home. Florals are a major theme in catwalk and high-street fashion, and leading stylist Hannah Read-Baldrey shows how to add a beautiful botanical touch to home decor, clothing, accessories, gifts, celebrations and more, for unique and enviable results that are very much on-trend. Split into…

  • Nature's Pharmacopeia: A World of Medicinal Plants

    …effects of medicinal plants with a fascinating history of their use throughout human civilization, revealing the influence of nature's pharmacopeia on art, war, conquest, and law. By chronicling the ways in which humans have cultivated plant species, extracted their active chemical ingredients, and…

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