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Cephalotus follicularis (detail) by Ferdinand Bauer, collected at King George Sound during Matthew Flinder's survey of the south coast of Australia,1801

Cephalotus follicularis (detail) by Ferdinand Bauer, collected at King George Sound during Matthew Flinder's survey of the south coast of Australia,1801

Chelsea Physic Garden Through The Ages - Michael Holland. London's Chelsea Physic Garden was founded almost 350 years ago  by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries. This talk examines how some of the plants in the garden were part of the early history of pharmaceuticals.

Chelsea Physic Garden Through The Ages - Michael Holland. London's Chelsea Physic Garden was founded almost 350 years ago by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries. This talk examines how some of the plants in the garden were part of the early history of pharmaceuticals.

The Bauers: Joseph, Franz & Ferdinand: Masters of Botanical Illustration: Hans Walter Lack: 9783791354897: Amazon.com: Books

The Bauers: Joseph, Franz & Ferdinand: Masters of Botanical Illustration: Hans Walter Lack: 9783791354897: Amazon.com: Books

This is a hand-colored engraving after a watercolor by Ferdinand Bauer. Euphorbia dendroides belongs to a family colloquially known as spurge.

This is a hand-colored engraving after a watercolor by Ferdinand Bauer. Euphorbia dendroides belongs to a family colloquially known as spurge.

Cartonema spicatum (Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae plate 7) - Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae - Wikimedia Commons

Cartonema spicatum (Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae plate 7) - Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae - Wikimedia Commons

Ferdinand Bauer (1760-1826) is widely considered one of the world’s finest botanical artists. He went on many voyages of discovery, recording all the new and exotic flora. As it was difficult to carry all of his equipment whilst out in the field, he designed a wonderful colour notebook with every shade of colour carefully numbered. He made beautiful pencil drawings of his specimens, noting the numbers of the corresponding colour.

Ferdinand Bauer (1760-1826) is widely considered one of the world’s finest botanical artists. He went on many voyages of discovery, recording all the new and exotic flora. As it was difficult to carry all of his equipment whilst out in the field, he designed a wonderful colour notebook with every shade of colour carefully numbered. He made beautiful pencil drawings of his specimens, noting the numbers of the corresponding colour.

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