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Stock Photo #4409-131726, Stars: ELLEN DREW.
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Stars: ELLEN DREW.
Stock Photo #4409-69027, Graceful gompholobium, Gompholobium venustum. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Graceful gompholobium, Gompholobium venustum. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitc...
Graceful gompholobium, Gompholobium venustum. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-162017, True astragalus, Astragalus verus. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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True astragalus, Astragalus verus. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utilior...
True astragalus, Astragalus verus. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-71866, Large-flowered torenia, Torenia asiatica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Large-flowered torenia, Torenia asiatica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch fo...
Large-flowered torenia, Torenia asiatica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-69546, Common eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Common eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby fr...
Common eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-149143, Sloane's viperfish, Chauliodus sloani. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplat
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Sloane's viperfish, Chauliodus sloani. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate en...
Sloane's viperfish, Chauliodus sloani. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplat
Stock Photo #4055-8902, A climate change rally was held in Los Angeles on February 17, 2013 and drew hundreds of people to City Hall steps to hear speakers and organizers and their message for President Obama to take the nation ""Forward on Climate"", and say no to the Keystone XL pipeline.
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A climate change rally was held in Los Angeles on February 17, 2013 and drew hundreds of people to City Hall steps to hear sp...
A climate change rally was held in Los Angeles on February 17, 2013 and drew hundreds of people to City Hall steps to hear speakers and organizers and their message for President Obama to take the nation ""Forward on Climate"", and say no to the Keystone XL pipeline.
Stock Photo #4409-162145, Dill, Anethum graveolens. Taken from G. Reid's illustration from John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Dill, Anethum graveolens. Taken from G. Reid's illustration from John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill's "Medical Botany....
Dill, Anethum graveolens. Taken from G. Reid's illustration from John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-150908, Longtail croaker fish, Lonchurus lanceolatus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death
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Longtail croaker fish, Lonchurus lanceolatus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Georg...
Longtail croaker fish, Lonchurus lanceolatus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death
Stock Photo #4409-164487, American aloe or century plant, Agave americana, with engraving of full plant behind coloured illustration of flowers. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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American aloe or century plant, Agave americana, with engraving of full plant behind coloured illustration of flowers. Handco...
American aloe or century plant, Agave americana, with engraving of full plant behind coloured illustration of flowers. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-164022, Persian poppy, Papaver persicum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Persian poppy, Papaver persicum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Syde...
Persian poppy, Papaver persicum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-161797, Fuchsia, Fuchsia fulgens. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Fuchsia, Fuchsia fulgens. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Il...
Fuchsia, Fuchsia fulgens. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162920, Hooded dendrobium orchid, Dendrobium cucullatum (Mr. Pierard's dendrobium orchid, Dendrobium pierardii). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Hooded dendrobium orchid, Dendrobium cucullatum (Mr. Pierard's dendrobium orchid, Dendrobium pierardii). Handcoloured copperp...
Hooded dendrobium orchid, Dendrobium cucullatum (Mr. Pierard's dendrobium orchid, Dendrobium pierardii). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-149459, Lora or parrot snake, Leptophis ahaetulla. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1795. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copper
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Lora or parrot snake, Leptophis ahaetulla. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplat...
Lora or parrot snake, Leptophis ahaetulla. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1795. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copper
Stock Photo #4409-69446, Ripe fruit and leaves of the Washington plum, Prunus species. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Ripe fruit and leaves of the Washington plum, Prunus species. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Wat...
Ripe fruit and leaves of the Washington plum, Prunus species. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4034-42625, Place where Monet drew the picture, Amont cliff, Etretat, France
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Stock Photo #4409-70788, White flowered coriander, Coriandrum sativum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White flowered coriander, Coriandrum sativum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerb...
White flowered coriander, Coriandrum sativum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #1801-60487, Greenways Estate Fry Drew Drake and Lasdun London C1959 Wedgwood House With Trevelyan House In Background
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Stock Photo #4409-70868, Bunch of grapes and vine leaf of the Black Hamburg grape, Vitis vinifera.. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Bunch of grapes and vine leaf of the Black Hamburg grape, Vitis vinifera.. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved b...
Bunch of grapes and vine leaf of the Black Hamburg grape, Vitis vinifera.. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4409-70206, Simple stalked ipomaea, Ipomaea simplex. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Simple stalked ipomaea, Ipomaea simplex. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for...
Simple stalked ipomaea, Ipomaea simplex. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-69106, Red ripe fruit and leaves of Kirke's Scarlet Nonpareil Apple, Malus domestica. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Red ripe fruit and leaves of Kirke's Scarlet Nonpareil Apple, Malus domestica. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smit...
Red ripe fruit and leaves of Kirke's Scarlet Nonpareil Apple, Malus domestica. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #1660R-12274, Close-up of a girl and her brother drawing on papers with felt tip pens
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Stock Photo #4409-162852, Heartsease, Viola tricolor. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Heartsease, Viola tricolor. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or ...
Heartsease, Viola tricolor. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162561, Dyer's madder, Rubia tinctorum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Dyer's madder, Rubia tinctorum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores:...
Dyer's madder, Rubia tinctorum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #1801-60489, Greenways Estate Fry Drew Drake and Lasdun London C1959 South Elevation Of Trevelyan House With Staircase Of Wedgwood House In Foreground
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Greenways Estate Fry Drew Drake and Lasdun London C1959 South Elevation Of Trevelyan House With Staircase Of Wedgwood House I...
Greenways Estate Fry Drew Drake and Lasdun London C1959 South Elevation Of Trevelyan House With Staircase Of Wedgwood House In Foreground
Stock Photo #4409-149633, Indian darter, Anhinga melanogaster. Near threatened. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of
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Indian darter, Anhinga melanogaster. Near threatened. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored...
Indian darter, Anhinga melanogaster. Near threatened. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of
Stock Photo #4409-91837, Original Film Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. English Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. Film Director: RAJA GOSNELL. Year: 1999. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE; JESSICA ALBA; JORDAN LADD; MARLEY SELTON.
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Original Film Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. English Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. Film Director: RAJA GOSNELL. Year: 1999. Stars: DRE...
Original Film Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. English Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. Film Director: RAJA GOSNELL. Year: 1999. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE; JESSICA ALBA; JORDAN LADD; MARLEY SELTON.
Stock Photo #4409-161961, Privet-leaved pimelea or tall rice flower, Pimelea ligustrina. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1836. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Privet-leaved pimelea or tall rice flower, Pimelea ligustrina. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illust...
Privet-leaved pimelea or tall rice flower, Pimelea ligustrina. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1836. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-164395, Herb Paris, Paris quadrifolia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Herb Paris, Paris quadrifolia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: ...
Herb Paris, Paris quadrifolia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-163014, Butterfly pea or greater clitoria, Clitoria ternatea major. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Butterfly pea or greater clitoria, Clitoria ternatea major. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett ...
Butterfly pea or greater clitoria, Clitoria ternatea major. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162351, Saffron crocus, Crocus sativus, with flower, leaf, bulb and stamen. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Saffron crocus, Crocus sativus, with flower, leaf, bulb and stamen. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. ...
Saffron crocus, Crocus sativus, with flower, leaf, bulb and stamen. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-66497, Norway spruce, Pinus abies. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Norway spruce, Pinus abies. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woo...
Norway spruce, Pinus abies. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-149620, Great diving water beetle, Dyticus piceus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1796. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death ar
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Great diving water beetle, Dyticus piceus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George S...
Great diving water beetle, Dyticus piceus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1796. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death ar
Stock Photo #4409-162594, Two-coloured barrel-orchis, Acanthophippium bicolor. Native to Ceylon, Sri Lanka. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Two-coloured barrel-orchis, Acanthophippium bicolor. Native to Ceylon, Sri Lanka. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Wa...
Two-coloured barrel-orchis, Acanthophippium bicolor. Native to Ceylon, Sri Lanka. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-69877, Purple and yellow pansy or three-colored violet, Viola tricolor. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Purple and yellow pansy or three-colored violet, Viola tricolor. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustrat...
Purple and yellow pansy or three-colored violet, Viola tricolor. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-162811, Ginger, Zingiber officinale. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Ginger, Zingiber officinale. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or I...
Ginger, Zingiber officinale. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-83836, Solanum lanatum is a member of the nightshade family with pale purple flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman's daughter, lived and worked in London all her life. She married an accountant, Theodore Withers, 20 years her senior, and gave lessons in flower painting. She became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide. During the 1830s and 40s, she drew for books and magazines such as Lindley's Pomological Magazine, Curtis's Botanical Magazine, and Transactio
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Solanum lanatum is a member of the nightshade family with pale purple flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta...
Solanum lanatum is a member of the nightshade family with pale purple flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman's daughter, lived and worked in London all her life. She married an accountant, Theodore Withers, 20 years her senior, and gave lessons in flower painting. She became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide. During the 1830s and 40s, she drew for books and magazines such as Lindley's Pomological Magazine, Curtis's Botanical Magazine, and Transactio
Stock Photo #4409-96159, Original Film Title: NANCY DREW. English Title: NANCY DREW: THE MYSTERY IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS. Film Director: ANDREW FLEMING. Year: 2007. Stars: DANIELLA MONET; KELLY VITZ.
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Original Film Title: NANCY DREW. English Title: NANCY DREW: THE MYSTERY IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS. Film Director: ANDREW FLEMING. Ye...
Original Film Title: NANCY DREW. English Title: NANCY DREW: THE MYSTERY IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS. Film Director: ANDREW FLEMING. Year: 2007. Stars: DANIELLA MONET; KELLY VITZ.
Stock Photo #4409-164073, Fig, Ficus carica, with flower, leaf, ripe fruit and fruit in section. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Fig, Ficus carica, with flower, leaf, ripe fruit and fruit in section. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A....
Fig, Ficus carica, with flower, leaf, ripe fruit and fruit in section. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162307, Common or greater celandine, Chelidonium majus. Taken from William Clark's illustration from John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Common or greater celandine, Chelidonium majus. Taken from William Clark's illustration from John Stephenson and James Morss ...
Common or greater celandine, Chelidonium majus. Taken from William Clark's illustration from John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4306R-11398, Rock karving, Jamtland, Sweden.
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Rock karving, Jamtland, Sweden.
Stock Photo #4409-71863, Garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from Wi...
Garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4220-269, At Stanton Drew, Somerset, a wedding party sacreligiously danced on into Sunday morning & were turned into a circle of standing stones.
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At Stanton Drew, Somerset, a wedding party sacreligiously danced on into Sunday morning & were turned into a circle of standi...
At Stanton Drew, Somerset, a wedding party sacreligiously danced on into Sunday morning & were turned into a circle of standing stones.
Stock Photo #4409-151128, Red-winged blackbird, Agelaius phoeniceus. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774~18
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Red-winged blackbird, Agelaius phoeniceus. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Nat...
Red-winged blackbird, Agelaius phoeniceus. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774~18
Stock Photo #4409-71425, Umbellate leianthus, Leianthus umbellatus. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Umbellate leianthus, Leianthus umbellatus. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch f...
Umbellate leianthus, Leianthus umbellatus. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-163106, Lobelia laxiflora (Cavanille's lobelia, Lobelia cavanillesii), with flower, leaf and bush. Copied from an engraving in Benjamin Maund's "The Botanist." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Lobelia laxiflora (Cavanille's lobelia, Lobelia cavanillesii), with flower, leaf and bush. Copied from an engraving in Benjam...
Lobelia laxiflora (Cavanille's lobelia, Lobelia cavanillesii), with flower, leaf and bush. Copied from an engraving in Benjamin Maund's "The Botanist." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-68517, Gum arabic tree, Acacia nilotica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Gum arabic tree, Acacia nilotica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from Will...
Gum arabic tree, Acacia nilotica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-71088, White-flowered Cinnamon tree with purple drupe, Laurus cinnamomum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White-flowered Cinnamon tree with purple drupe, Laurus cinnamomum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustr...
White-flowered Cinnamon tree with purple drupe, Laurus cinnamomum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-163973, Forest riceflower, Pimelea sylvestris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Forest riceflower, Pimelea sylvestris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake fro...
Forest riceflower, Pimelea sylvestris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-163040, Loddiges' swanwort orchid, Cycnoches loddigesii. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Loddiges' swanwort orchid, Cycnoches loddigesii. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss...
Loddiges' swanwort orchid, Cycnoches loddigesii. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-67192, Purple flowered hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Purple flowered hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerb...
Purple flowered hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-69251, Two-faced neusticurus, Neusticurus bicarinatus. Illustration engraved and published by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew
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Two-faced neusticurus, Neusticurus bicarinatus. Illustration engraved and published by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored c...
Two-faced neusticurus, Neusticurus bicarinatus. Illustration engraved and published by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew
Stock Photo #1899-11634, Postcard of Bathers at Pablo Beach. ca. 1913, Watching the Bathers, Pablo Beach, Fla.
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Postcard of Bathers at Pablo Beach. ca. 1913, Watching the Bathers, Pablo Beach, Fla.
Stock Photo #4409-120887, Original Film Title: STEP UP. English Title: STEP UP. Film Director: ANNE FLETCHER. Year: 2006. Stars: DREW SIDORA.
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Original Film Title: STEP UP. English Title: STEP UP. Film Director: ANNE FLETCHER. Year: 2006. Stars: DREW SIDORA.
Stock Photo #4400R-5615, Coloured pencils.
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Coloured pencils.
Stock Photo #4409-163843, Sword-stemmed bossiaea, Bossiaea ensata. After an illustration by E.D. Smith in "Flora Australasica." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Sword-stemmed bossiaea, Bossiaea ensata. After an illustration by E.D. Smith in "Flora Australasica." Handcoloured zincograph...
Sword-stemmed bossiaea, Bossiaea ensata. After an illustration by E.D. Smith in "Flora Australasica." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-66752, Vine-leaved sida, Sida (abutilon) vitifolia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Vine-leaved sida, Sida (abutilon) vitifolia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch...
Vine-leaved sida, Sida (abutilon) vitifolia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-163178, Spanish dagger, Yucca gloriosa var. gloriosa (Superb Adam's needle, Yucca superba). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Spanish dagger, Yucca gloriosa var. gloriosa (Superb Adam's needle, Yucca superba). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. ...
Spanish dagger, Yucca gloriosa var. gloriosa (Superb Adam's needle, Yucca superba). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-70543, Water trefoil or buckbean, Menyanthes trifoliata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Water trefoil or buckbean, Menyanthes trifoliata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James S...
Water trefoil or buckbean, Menyanthes trifoliata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4282-1127, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Street. Interior view of the grand Belfast Cathedral.
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Northern Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Street. Interior view of the grand Belfast Cathedral.
Stock Photo #4409-150173, Squat lobster, Galathea strigosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1797. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774~1823) was r
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Squat lobster, Galathea strigosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's...
Squat lobster, Galathea strigosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1797. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774~1823) was r
Stock Photo #4409-69255, Giant leopard moth, Hypercompe scribonia. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engra
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Giant leopard moth, Hypercompe scribonia. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate...
Giant leopard moth, Hypercompe scribonia. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engra
Stock Photo #4409-162505, Geranium flower. Bentinck ciconium, Ciconium bentinckianum or Pelargonium bentinkianum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Geranium flower. Bentinck ciconium, Ciconium bentinckianum or Pelargonium bentinkianum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot ...
Geranium flower. Bentinck ciconium, Ciconium bentinckianum or Pelargonium bentinkianum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162076, Bladder fucus or bladderwrack, Fucus vesiculosus, and sea moss, Alsidium helminthochorton. Copied from William Clark's illustration in Churchill and Stephenson's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Bladder fucus or bladderwrack, Fucus vesiculosus, and sea moss, Alsidium helminthochorton. Copied from William Clark's illust...
Bladder fucus or bladderwrack, Fucus vesiculosus, and sea moss, Alsidium helminthochorton. Copied from William Clark's illustration in Churchill and Stephenson's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-69435, Water or alligator-apple tree, Annona palustris. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Water or alligator-apple tree, Annona palustris. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood F...
Water or alligator-apple tree, Annona palustris. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #1802R-44976, Wet Dandelion
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Stock Photo #4409-164475, Mastic tree, Pistacia lentiscus. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Mastic tree, Pistacia lentiscus. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores...
Mastic tree, Pistacia lentiscus. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #1944-1088, Night Sky showing Big Dipper over Frosty Drew Observatory Charlestown Rhode Island United States
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Stock Photo #4409-66226, Leaves, purple flowers and yellow antherae of the Saffron crocus, Crocus sativus. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Leaves, purple flowers and yellow antherae of the Saffron crocus, Crocus sativus. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a bo...
Leaves, purple flowers and yellow antherae of the Saffron crocus, Crocus sativus. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-162831, Wild or fringed bleeding-heart or turkey-corn, Dicentra eximia (Choice fumitory, Fumaria eximia). After an illustration by William Clark from Richard Morris's "Flora Conspicua." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Wild or fringed bleeding-heart or turkey-corn, Dicentra eximia (Choice fumitory, Fumaria eximia). After an illustration by Wi...
Wild or fringed bleeding-heart or turkey-corn, Dicentra eximia (Choice fumitory, Fumaria eximia). After an illustration by William Clark from Richard Morris's "Flora Conspicua." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162836, Brasiliorchis picta orchid (Painted maxillaria, Maxillaria picta). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Brasiliorchis picta orchid (Painted maxillaria, Maxillaria picta). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an il...
Brasiliorchis picta orchid (Painted maxillaria, Maxillaria picta). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-163590, Purple-flowered indigo plant, Indigofera atropurpurea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Purple-flowered indigo plant, Indigofera atropurpurea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration b...
Purple-flowered indigo plant, Indigofera atropurpurea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4400R-1923, Coloured pencils, close-up.
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Stock Photo #4409-162035, Black-eyed susan vine, Thunbergia alata. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Black-eyed susan vine, Thunbergia alata. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae U...
Black-eyed susan vine, Thunbergia alata. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-70533, Trailing arbutus or bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Trailing arbutus or bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by J...
Trailing arbutus or bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4034-80715, Shuttlecock bridge which Gogh drew Arles Provence France Bridge House Blue sky Clouds Green
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Stock Photo #4400R-5055, Multi Coloured pencils in box
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Stock Photo #4409-66864, Agrimony, Agrimonia eupatoria. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Agrimony, Agrimonia eupatoria. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William...
Agrimony, Agrimonia eupatoria. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-160970, Original Film Title: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. English Title: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. Film Director: DREW GODDARD. Year: 2011. Stars: CHRIS HEMSWORTH.
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Original Film Title: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. English Title: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. Film Director: DREW GODDARD. Year: 2011. ...
Original Film Title: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. English Title: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. Film Director: DREW GODDARD. Year: 2011. Stars: CHRIS HEMSWORTH.
Stock Photo #4409-164008, Whitened barberry, Berberis dealbata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Whitened barberry, Berberis dealbata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from...
Whitened barberry, Berberis dealbata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #1848-195301, German public service television channel Second German Television or ZDF Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen shooting with Juergen Drews at a lottery retailer´s for a story about the 43 million Euro jackpot
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German public service television channel Second German Television or ZDF Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen shooting with Juergen Dr...
German public service television channel Second German Television or ZDF Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen shooting with Juergen Drews at a lottery retailer´s for a story about the 43 million Euro jackpot
Stock Photo #4409-161887, True forget-me-not, Myosotis palustris. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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True forget-me-not, Myosotis palustris. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Ut...
True forget-me-not, Myosotis palustris. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4187-15243, Fly Fishing in Adirondack Park
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Stock Photo #4409-163923, Dwarf or sky lupine, Lupinus nanus. Native to California. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Dwarf or sky lupine, Lupinus nanus. Native to California. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustratio...
Dwarf or sky lupine, Lupinus nanus. Native to California. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-162680, Splendid hibiscus, Hibiscus splendens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Splendid hibiscus, Hibiscus splendens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake fro...
Splendid hibiscus, Hibiscus splendens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-70194, White blossom and blue berries of the sloe tree, Prunus spinosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White blossom and blue berries of the sloe tree, Prunus spinosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustrat...
White blossom and blue berries of the sloe tree, Prunus spinosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-150248, Sea snail, Pterotrachea coronata. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800
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Sea snail, Pterotrachea coronata. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and F...
Sea snail, Pterotrachea coronata. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800
Stock Photo #4409-71173, American painted lady, Vanessa virginiensis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and en
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American painted lady, Vanessa virginiensis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperpl...
American painted lady, Vanessa virginiensis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and en
Stock Photo #4409-162741, Bladdery stachys, Stachys inflata. Native to Europe. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Bladdery stachys, Stachys inflata. Native to Europe. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by ...
Bladdery stachys, Stachys inflata. Native to Europe. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-69572, Ripe fruit and leaves of Brown Beurre Pear, Pyrus communis. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Ripe fruit and leaves of Brown Beurre Pear, Pyrus communis. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Watts...
Ripe fruit and leaves of Brown Beurre Pear, Pyrus communis. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4409-66164, Yellow flowered Calceolaria corymbosa from Chile. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Yellow flowered Calceolaria corymbosa from Chile. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIn...
Yellow flowered Calceolaria corymbosa from Chile. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4409-69385, Snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved
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Snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate eng...
Snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved
Stock Photo #4306R-19248, Text written on sand
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Stock Photo #4409-161792, Moss rose, Rosa centifolia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Moss rose, Rosa centifolia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or ...
Moss rose, Rosa centifolia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-71102, Cassowary, Casuarius australis (Emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae?). Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1792.. Frederick Polydore Nodder (1751~1801?) was a gifted natural history artist and engraver. Nodder honed his draftsmanship working on Captain Cook and Joseph Banks' Florilegium and engraving Sydney Parkinson's sketches of Australian plants. He was made "botanic painter to her majesty" Queen Charlotte in 1785. Nodder also drew
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Cassowary, Casuarius australis (Emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae?). Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frede...
Cassowary, Casuarius australis (Emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae?). Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1792.. Frederick Polydore Nodder (1751~1801?) was a gifted natural history artist and engraver. Nodder honed his draftsmanship working on Captain Cook and Joseph Banks' Florilegium and engraving Sydney Parkinson's sketches of Australian plants. He was made "botanic painter to her majesty" Queen Charlotte in 1785. Nodder also drew
Stock Photo #4409-162455, Awned stigmaphyllon, Stigmaphyllon auriculatum (Stigmaphyllon aristatum). Native to South America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Awned stigmaphyllon, Stigmaphyllon auriculatum (Stigmaphyllon aristatum). Native to South America. Handcoloured copperplate e...
Awned stigmaphyllon, Stigmaphyllon auriculatum (Stigmaphyllon aristatum). Native to South America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4115-2952, Schooner 'America' oil painting, attributed to Clement Drew, Circa 1880. Mystic Seaport Museum, Connecticut, USA. Please credit: Courtesey Mystic Seaport Museum.
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Schooner 'America' oil painting, attributed to Clement Drew, Circa 1880. Mystic Seaport Museum, Connecticut, USA. Please cred...
Schooner 'America' oil painting, attributed to Clement Drew, Circa 1880. Mystic Seaport Museum, Connecticut, USA. Please credit: Courtesey Mystic Seaport Museum.
Stock Photo #4409-93522, Original Film Title: FEVER PITCH. English Title: FEVER PITCH. Film Director: BOBBY & PETER FARRELLY; BOBBY FARRELLY; PETER FARRELLY. Year: 2005. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE; JIMMY FALLON.
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Original Film Title: FEVER PITCH. English Title: FEVER PITCH. Film Director: BOBBY & PETER FARRELLY; BOBBY FARRELLY; PETER FA...
Original Film Title: FEVER PITCH. English Title: FEVER PITCH. Film Director: BOBBY & PETER FARRELLY; BOBBY FARRELLY; PETER FARRELLY. Year: 2005. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE; JIMMY FALLON.
Stock Photo #4409-70951, Touchwood boletus or agaric mushroom, Boletus igniarius. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Touchwood boletus or agaric mushroom, Boletus igniarius. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by J...
Touchwood boletus or agaric mushroom, Boletus igniarius. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-162527, Common meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Common meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Planta...
Common meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-149176, Red-rumped cacique, Cacicus haemorrhous. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774~1823
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Red-rumped cacique, Cacicus haemorrhous. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Natur...
Red-rumped cacique, Cacicus haemorrhous. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774~1823
Stock Photo #4409-162018, Intermediate pimelea, Pimelea intermedia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Intermediate pimelea, Pimelea intermedia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae ...
Intermediate pimelea, Pimelea intermedia. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-164369, Ipecacuanha, Carapichea ipecacuanha (Ipecacuan, Cephaelis ipecacuanha). Taken from "Medical Botany" by John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Ipecacuanha, Carapichea ipecacuanha (Ipecacuan, Cephaelis ipecacuanha). Taken from "Medical Botany" by John Stephenson and Ja...
Ipecacuanha, Carapichea ipecacuanha (Ipecacuan, Cephaelis ipecacuanha). Taken from "Medical Botany" by John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-67985, Harts-tongue fern, Asplenium scolopendrium. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Harts-tongue fern, Asplenium scolopendrium. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby ...
Harts-tongue fern, Asplenium scolopendrium. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-70225, Centaury, Chironia centaurium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Centaury, Chironia centaurium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William...
Centaury, Chironia centaurium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4055-8899, A climate change rally was held in Los Angeles on February 17, 2013 and drew hundreds of people to City Hall steps to hear speakers and organizers and their message for President Obama to take the nation ""Forward on Climate"", and say no to the Keystone XL pipeline.
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A climate change rally was held in Los Angeles on February 17, 2013 and drew hundreds of people to City Hall steps to hear speakers and organizers and their message for President Obama to take the nation ""Forward on Climate"", and say no to the Keystone XL pipeline.
Stock Photo #4409-70454, Ash-coloured ground liverwort, Lichen caninus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Ash-coloured ground liverwort, Lichen caninus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowe...
Ash-coloured ground liverwort, Lichen caninus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-71457, Wattled jacana, Jacana jacana. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of
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Wattled jacana, Jacana jacana. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving ...
Wattled jacana, Jacana jacana. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of
Stock Photo #4409-71079, Virgin's bower, Clematis tubulosa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Virgin's bower, Clematis tubulosa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir W...
Virgin's bower, Clematis tubulosa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-91836, Original Film Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. English Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. Film Director: RAJA GOSNELL. Year: 1999. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE.
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Original Film Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. English Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. Film Director: RAJA GOSNELL. Year: 1999. Stars: DRE...
Original Film Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. English Title: NEVER BEEN KISSED. Film Director: RAJA GOSNELL. Year: 1999. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE.
Stock Photo #4409-67053, Splendid scarlet-flowered leschenaultia, Leschenaultia splendens. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Splendid scarlet-flowered leschenaultia, Leschenaultia splendens. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed...
Splendid scarlet-flowered leschenaultia, Leschenaultia splendens. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-71764, Shrubby kopsia, Kopsia fruticosa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Shrubby kopsia, Kopsia fruticosa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir Wi...
Shrubby kopsia, Kopsia fruticosa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-164411, Peruvian lily or Errembault's alstroemeria, Alstroemeria errembaultii. After an illustration by Augusta Withers in Maund's "The Botanist." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Peruvian lily or Errembault's alstroemeria, Alstroemeria errembaultii. After an illustration by Augusta Withers in Maund's "T...
Peruvian lily or Errembault's alstroemeria, Alstroemeria errembaultii. After an illustration by Augusta Withers in Maund's "The Botanist." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-164237, Indian frankincense or salai, Boswellia serrata. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Indian frankincense or salai, Boswellia serrata. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "P...
Indian frankincense or salai, Boswellia serrata. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162957, Brick-red hybrid cactus, Disocactus × jenkinsonii (Cactus speciosissimus var. lateritius). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Brick-red hybrid cactus, Disocactus × jenkinsonii (Cactus speciosissimus var. lateritius). Handcoloured copperplate engraving...
Brick-red hybrid cactus, Disocactus × jenkinsonii (Cactus speciosissimus var. lateritius). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-67707, American wood duck, Aix sponsa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many o
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American wood duck, Aix sponsa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving...
American wood duck, Aix sponsa. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many o
Stock Photo #4409-161717, Great yellow gentian, Gentiana lutea. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Great yellow gentian, Gentiana lutea. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Util...
Great yellow gentian, Gentiana lutea. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-71379, Elecampane, Inula helenium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Elecampane, Inula helenium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Wo...
Elecampane, Inula helenium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4306R-21318, Pens in a cup with a girl drawing in the background, Sweden.
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Pens in a cup with a girl drawing in the background, Sweden.
Stock Photo #4409-163448, Mountain trumpet flower, Collomia biflora. Brick red collomia, Collomia coccinea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Mountain trumpet flower, Collomia biflora. Brick red collomia, Collomia coccinea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Wa...
Mountain trumpet flower, Collomia biflora. Brick red collomia, Collomia coccinea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-164521, Clammy calceolaria, Calceolaria viscosissima. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Clammy calceolaria, Calceolaria viscosissima. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Dr...
Clammy calceolaria, Calceolaria viscosissima. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-163119, One-spined opuntia or drooping prickly pear, Opuntia monacantha. Native to South America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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One-spined opuntia or drooping prickly pear, Opuntia monacantha. Native to South America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving ...
One-spined opuntia or drooping prickly pear, Opuntia monacantha. Native to South America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-66197, White flowered bryony with red berries, Bryonia alba. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White flowered bryony with red berries, Bryonia alba. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by Jame...
White flowered bryony with red berries, Bryonia alba. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4407-3579, LOS ANGELES - JULY 29: Loveline host Dr Drew poses for a portrait in Los Angeles, California on July 29, 1999. (Photo by Michael Grecco)
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LOS ANGELES - JULY 29: Loveline host Dr Drew poses for a portrait in Los Angeles, California on July 29, 1999. (Photo by Mich...
LOS ANGELES - JULY 29: Loveline host Dr Drew poses for a portrait in Los Angeles, California on July 29, 1999. (Photo by Michael Grecco)
Stock Photo #1890-70079, Prehistoric stone circle, Stanton Drew Stones, Somerset, England, UK
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Prehistoric stone circle, Stanton Drew Stones, Somerset, England, UK
Stock Photo #4409-163411, French rose, Rosa gallica, with flower, bud, leaf and stalk with thorns. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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French rose, Rosa gallica, with flower, bud, leaf and stalk with thorns. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. ...
French rose, Rosa gallica, with flower, bud, leaf and stalk with thorns. Handcoloured zincograph by Chabots drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-162609, Common flax or linseed, Linum usitatissimum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Common flax or linseed, Linum usitatissimum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plant...
Common flax or linseed, Linum usitatissimum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-164110, Scarlet pimpernel, Anagallis arvensis. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Scarlet pimpernel, Anagallis arvensis. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Uti...
Scarlet pimpernel, Anagallis arvensis. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-150662, Water flea, Daphnia pulex. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and s
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Water flea, Daphnia pulex. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederic...
Water flea, Daphnia pulex. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and s
Stock Photo #4306R-10496, Two pencils.
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Two pencils.
Stock Photo #4409-66874, Porkfish, Anisotremus virginicus. Illustration signed RP Nodder, drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew
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Porkfish, Anisotremus virginicus. Illustration signed RP Nodder, drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored c...
Porkfish, Anisotremus virginicus. Illustration signed RP Nodder, drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew
Stock Photo #4409-71096, Thyme, Thymus vulgaris. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Thyme, Thymus vulgaris. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodvil...
Thyme, Thymus vulgaris. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4220-255, The angels in the Planet Mercury: "So drew full more than thousand splendours towards us." (Canto V, lines 99-100) Date: First published: 1307-21?
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The angels in the Planet Mercury: "So drew full more than thousand splendours towards us." (Canto V, lines 99-100) Date: First published: 1307-21?
Stock Photo #4409-116002, Original Film Title: CHARLIE'S ANGELS. English Title: CHARLIE'S ANGELS. Film Director: MCG. Year: 2000. Stars: CAMERON DIAZ; DREW BARRYMORE; LUCY LIU.
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Original Film Title: CHARLIE'S ANGELS. English Title: CHARLIE'S ANGELS. Film Director: MCG. Year: 2000. Stars: CAMERON DIAZ; ...
Original Film Title: CHARLIE'S ANGELS. English Title: CHARLIE'S ANGELS. Film Director: MCG. Year: 2000. Stars: CAMERON DIAZ; DREW BARRYMORE; LUCY LIU.
Stock Photo #4409-71441, White flowered water hemlock, Cicuta virosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White flowered water hemlock, Cicuta virosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby...
White flowered water hemlock, Cicuta virosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-70920, Yellow flowered common dandelion, Leontodon taraxacum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Yellow flowered common dandelion, Leontodon taraxacum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by Jam...
Yellow flowered common dandelion, Leontodon taraxacum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-71360, Brooklime speedwell, Veronica beccabunga. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Brooklime speedwell, Veronica beccabunga. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby f...
Brooklime speedwell, Veronica beccabunga. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-71166, Yellow flowered sweet bay leaves and berry, Laurus nobilis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Yellow flowered sweet bay leaves and berry, Laurus nobilis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration b...
Yellow flowered sweet bay leaves and berry, Laurus nobilis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-119341, Original Film Title: E. T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. English Title: E. T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Film Director: STEVEN SPIELBERG. Year: 1982. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE; HENRY THOMAS.
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Original Film Title: E. T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. English Title: E. T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Film Director: STEVEN SPIELBERG...
Original Film Title: E. T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. English Title: E. T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL. Film Director: STEVEN SPIELBERG. Year: 1982. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE; HENRY THOMAS.
Stock Photo #4409-164447, Camaridium densum orchid (Dense-flowered maxillaria, Maxillaria densa). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Camaridium densum orchid (Dense-flowered maxillaria, Maxillaria densa). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after ...
Camaridium densum orchid (Dense-flowered maxillaria, Maxillaria densa). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-69128, Crimson flowered purple Combretum purpureum. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Crimson flowered purple Combretum purpureum. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Char...
Crimson flowered purple Combretum purpureum. Hand-colored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4409-70306, Sea fan, Primnoa resedaeformis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many o
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Sea fan, Primnoa resedaeformis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving...
Sea fan, Primnoa resedaeformis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many o
Stock Photo #4409-69758, Superb promerops, Promerops superbus. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved
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Superb promerops, Promerops superbus. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate eng...
Superb promerops, Promerops superbus. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved
Stock Photo #1890-28418, Drew Kettle, the last swagman, Australia, Pacific
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Stock Photo #4409-162070, Missouri primrose, Megapterium missouriense (Large-fruited oenothera, Oenothera missourensis). Based on an illustration by William Clark from Richard Morris's "Flora Conspicua." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Missouri primrose, Megapterium missouriense (Large-fruited oenothera, Oenothera missourensis). Based on an illustration by Wi...
Missouri primrose, Megapterium missouriense (Large-fruited oenothera, Oenothera missourensis). Based on an illustration by William Clark from Richard Morris's "Flora Conspicua." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-70841, Common masterwort, Imperatoria ostruthium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Common masterwort, Imperatoria ostruthium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby ...
Common masterwort, Imperatoria ostruthium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-71347, Honda gesneria, Gesneria hondensis. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
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Honda gesneria, Gesneria hondensis. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir ...
Honda gesneria, Gesneria hondensis. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn and lithographed by Walter Hood Fitch for Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," London, Reeve Brothers, 1846. Fitch (1817~1892) was a tireless Scottish artist who drew over 2,700 lithographs for the "Botanical Magazine" starting from 1834.
Stock Photo #4409-68604, Rubarb pink flowers and stalk, leaf outline, Rheum palmatum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Rubarb pink flowers and stalk, leaf outline, Rheum palmatum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration ...
Rubarb pink flowers and stalk, leaf outline, Rheum palmatum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-68951, Hedge mustard, Erysium officinale. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Hedge mustard, Erysium officinale. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from Wil...
Hedge mustard, Erysium officinale. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-70732, Flowers and leaves of the India rubber tree, elastic resin tree, Hevea brasiliensis, Siphonia elastica. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Flowers and leaves of the India rubber tree, elastic resin tree, Hevea brasiliensis, Siphonia elastica. Handcolored copperpla...
Flowers and leaves of the India rubber tree, elastic resin tree, Hevea brasiliensis, Siphonia elastica. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-129330, Original Film Title: BABES IN TOYLAND. English Title: BABES IN TOYLAND. Film Director: CLIVE DONNER. Year: 1986. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE.
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Original Film Title: BABES IN TOYLAND. English Title: BABES IN TOYLAND. Film Director: CLIVE DONNER. Year: 1986. Stars: DREW ...
Original Film Title: BABES IN TOYLAND. English Title: BABES IN TOYLAND. Film Director: CLIVE DONNER. Year: 1986. Stars: DREW BARRYMORE.
Stock Photo #4400R-3921, Child''s paintings, close-up.
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Stock Photo #4409-161731, Golden daubenya, Daubenya aurea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Golden daubenya, Daubenya aurea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Syde...
Golden daubenya, Daubenya aurea. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4279-9534, Small Skipper - with drew drops, Thymelicus sylvestris
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Small Skipper - with drew drops, Thymelicus sylvestris
Stock Photo #4055-7780, Pakistani-Americans gather near Madison Square Park in New York on Sunday, July 31, 2011 to celebrate the partition of Pakistan and their independence from the British Empire. The festivities, which drew crowds from the tri-state area, included a parade which culminated in a street fair with entertainment and an assortment of Pakistani culinary delights. (© Richard B. Levine)
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Pakistani-Americans gather near Madison Square Park in New York on Sunday, July 31, 2011 to celebrate the partition of Pakist...
Pakistani-Americans gather near Madison Square Park in New York on Sunday, July 31, 2011 to celebrate the partition of Pakistan and their independence from the British Empire. The festivities, which drew crowds from the tri-state area, included a parade which culminated in a street fair with entertainment and an assortment of Pakistani culinary delights. (© Richard B. Levine)
Stock Photo #4279-46369, Santa Claus
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Stock Photo #4409-162370, English oak tree, Quercus robur, with flower, leaf and acorn. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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English oak tree, Quercus robur, with flower, leaf and acorn. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnet...
English oak tree, Quercus robur, with flower, leaf and acorn. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-150551, Paradoxical frog, Pseudis paradoxa, tadpole stage. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of th
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Paradoxical frog, Pseudis paradoxa, tadpole stage. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored co...
Paradoxical frog, Pseudis paradoxa, tadpole stage. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1798. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of th
Stock Photo #4409-149300, Rhinoceros beetle, Oryctes monoceros, and cyanean scarab, Gymnopleurus cyaneus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1797. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many o
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Rhinoceros beetle, Oryctes monoceros, and cyanean scarab, Gymnopleurus cyaneus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolore...
Rhinoceros beetle, Oryctes monoceros, and cyanean scarab, Gymnopleurus cyaneus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1797. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many o
Stock Photo #4409-161794, Alpine strawberry, Fragaria collina, with flower, green fruit and leaf. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Alpine strawberry, Fragaria collina, with flower, green fruit and leaf. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M....
Alpine strawberry, Fragaria collina, with flower, green fruit and leaf. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-163473, Rose monkey-flower, Mimulus roseus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Rose monkey-flower, Mimulus roseus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from S...
Rose monkey-flower, Mimulus roseus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-68582, Branch and berries of common juniper, Juniperus communis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Branch and berries of common juniper, Juniperus communis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by ...
Branch and berries of common juniper, Juniperus communis. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-68940, Blue flowered common liquorice or licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Blue flowered common liquorice or licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustrati...
Blue flowered common liquorice or licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-65843, Redcurrant tree, Ribes rubrum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Redcurrant tree, Ribes rubrum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-161700, Oval-leaved billardiera, Billardiera ovalis. Native to Tasmania. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Oval-leaved billardiera, Billardiera ovalis. Native to Tasmania. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illu...
Oval-leaved billardiera, Billardiera ovalis. Native to Tasmania. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-65865, Larger star coral, Favites abdita. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved man
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Larger star coral, Favites abdita. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engrav...
Larger star coral, Favites abdita. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved man
Stock Photo #4409-161914, Sowthistle-leaved francoa, Francoa appendiculata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Sowthistle-leaved francoa, Francoa appendiculata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Mis...
Sowthistle-leaved francoa, Francoa appendiculata. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1833. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-164301, Benjamin tree, Styrax benzoin. Copied from an illustration by G. Reid from Stephenson and Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Benjamin tree, Styrax benzoin. Copied from an illustration by G. Reid from Stephenson and Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handc...
Benjamin tree, Styrax benzoin. Copied from an illustration by G. Reid from Stephenson and Churchill's "Medical Botany." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-69345, Male polypody fern, Polypodium filix mas. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Male polypody fern, Polypodium filix mas. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby fr...
Male polypody fern, Polypodium filix mas. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-71833, Wing oyster, Pteria hirundo. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of t
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Wing oyster, Pteria hirundo. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving fr...
Wing oyster, Pteria hirundo. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of t
Stock Photo #4282-4768, England, Somerset, Stanton Drew. The stone circle at Stanton Drew.
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Stock Photo #4409-161865, Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliore...
Venus flytrap, Dionaea muscipula. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-163320, European ash tree, Fraxinus excelsior. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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European ash tree, Fraxinus excelsior. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Uti...
European ash tree, Fraxinus excelsior. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-70962, White and yellow Spanish camomile or pellitory of Spain, Anthemis pyrethrum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White and yellow Spanish camomile or pellitory of Spain, Anthemis pyrethrum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanic...
White and yellow Spanish camomile or pellitory of Spain, Anthemis pyrethrum. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-161726, Stinking nightshade or henbane, Hyoscyamus niger. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Stinking nightshade or henbane, Hyoscyamus niger. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "...
Stinking nightshade or henbane, Hyoscyamus niger. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-67317, Bulb, stem and blue flower of the Common meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Bulb, stem and blue flower of the Common meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botani...
Bulb, stem and blue flower of the Common meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-68401, Soapwort, Saponaria officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Soapwort, Saponaria officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from Willi...
Soapwort, Saponaria officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-164064, Epidendrum macrocarpum orchid (Schomburgk's epidendrum, Epidendrum schomburgkii). Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
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Epidendrum macrocarpum orchid (Schomburgk's epidendrum, Epidendrum schomburgkii). Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn ...
Epidendrum macrocarpum orchid (Schomburgk's epidendrum, Epidendrum schomburgkii). Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: or Illustrations of Useful Plants," Whittaker, London, 1842. Miss Burnett drew the botanical illustrations, but the text was chiefly by her late brother, British botanist Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835).
Stock Photo #4409-83939, Aotus drummondii. . Yellow and crimson flowered aotus procumbens. Drawn and zincographed by C. T. Rosenberg, for Thomas Moore's "The Garden Companion and Florists' Guide," 1852, published by Charles Frederick Cheffins.. . C.T. Rosenberg drew and engraved many botanicals for Moore's "The Gardener's Magazine of Botany" and W.J. Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine" in the middle of the 19th century. Moore (1821-1887) was the curator of the Botanic Garden, Chelsea, from 1847 until his death.
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Aotus drummondii. . Yellow and crimson flowered aotus procumbens. Drawn and zincographed by C. T. Rosenberg, for Thomas Moore...
Aotus drummondii. . Yellow and crimson flowered aotus procumbens. Drawn and zincographed by C. T. Rosenberg, for Thomas Moore's "The Garden Companion and Florists' Guide," 1852, published by Charles Frederick Cheffins.. . C.T. Rosenberg drew and engraved many botanicals for Moore's "The Gardener's Magazine of Botany" and W.J. Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine" in the middle of the 19th century. Moore (1821-1887) was the curator of the Botanic Garden, Chelsea, from 1847 until his death.
Stock Photo #1890-28417, The last swagman, Drew Kettle, and his dog Laddie, in Australia, Pacific
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The last swagman, Drew Kettle, and his dog Laddie, in Australia, Pacific
Stock Photo #4409-83810, Manettia cordifolia. . The Brazilian firecracker vine is a twining, delicate perennial vine with small narrow leaves and very showy and abundant red tubular flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman's daughter, lived and worked in London all her life. She married an accountant, Theodore Withers, 20 years her senior, and gave lessons in flower painting. She became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide. During the 1830s and 40s, she drew for books and magazi
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Manettia cordifolia. . The Brazilian firecracker vine is a twining, delicate perennial vine with small narrow leaves and very...
Manettia cordifolia. . The Brazilian firecracker vine is a twining, delicate perennial vine with small narrow leaves and very showy and abundant red tubular flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman's daughter, lived and worked in London all her life. She married an accountant, Theodore Withers, 20 years her senior, and gave lessons in flower painting. She became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide. During the 1830s and 40s, she drew for books and magazi
Stock Photo #4409-67126, Catechu, Acacia catechu. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Catechu, Acacia catechu. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodv...
Catechu, Acacia catechu. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany," John Bohn, London, 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2, 500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4306R-19244, Text vacation on sand
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Stock Photo #4409-163078, New York aster, Symphyotrichum novi-belgii (Pure white lofty aster, Aster eminens var. virgineus). Native to North America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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New York aster, Symphyotrichum novi-belgii (Pure white lofty aster, Aster eminens var. virgineus). Native to North America. H...
New York aster, Symphyotrichum novi-belgii (Pure white lofty aster, Aster eminens var. virgineus). Native to North America. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #4409-67249, Scarlet fruit and leaves of the Kerry Pippin apple, Malus domestica. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Scarlet fruit and leaves of the Kerry Pippin apple, Malus domestica. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watt...
Scarlet fruit and leaves of the Kerry Pippin apple, Malus domestica. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4409-67647, Roots, rhizome, leaves and flower of contrayerva, Dorstenia contrajerva. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Roots, rhizome, leaves and flower of contrayerva, Dorstenia contrajerva. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical i...
Roots, rhizome, leaves and flower of contrayerva, Dorstenia contrajerva. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #1660R-27948, Close-up of a man drawing a sketch of a witness in a courtroom
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Stock Photo #4282-1107, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Street. Exterior view of the front of Belfast Cathedral.
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Northern Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Street. Exterior view of the front of Belfast Cathedral.
Stock Photo #4409-150850, Greater horn wrack seaweed, Flustra foliacea. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774
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Greater horn wrack seaweed, Flustra foliacea. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The ...
Greater horn wrack seaweed, Flustra foliacea. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his death around 1800, and son Richard (1774
Stock Photo #4409-68022, Barred grunt, Conodon nobilis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of
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Barred grunt, Conodon nobilis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving ...
Barred grunt, Conodon nobilis. Illustration drawn and engraved by Richard Polydore Nodder. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany" 1812. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures for the Naturalist's Miscellany were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of
Stock Photo #4282-1123, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Street. Interior view of the grand Belfast Cathedral.
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Northern Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Street. Interior view of the grand Belfast Cathedral.
Stock Photo #4400R-1917, A paintbrush and a pencil, close-up.
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Stock Photo #4409-83781, Gilia coronopifolia. . Scarlet gilia with crimson flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman's daughter, lived and worked in London all her life. She married an accountant, Theodore Withers, 20 years her senior, and gave lessons in flower painting. She became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide. During the 1830s and 40s, she drew for books and magazines such as Lindley's Pomological Magazine, Curtis's Botanical Magazine, and Transactions of the Horticultu
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Gilia coronopifolia. . Scarlet gilia with crimson flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman'...
Gilia coronopifolia. . Scarlet gilia with crimson flowers. . . Augusta Innes Withers (1793~1877): Augusta Baker, a clergyman's daughter, lived and worked in London all her life. She married an accountant, Theodore Withers, 20 years her senior, and gave lessons in flower painting. She became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide. During the 1830s and 40s, she drew for books and magazines such as Lindley's Pomological Magazine, Curtis's Botanical Magazine, and Transactions of the Horticultu
Stock Photo #4409-69451, Yellow flowered, strong scented wild lettuce, Lactuca virosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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Yellow flowered, strong scented wild lettuce, Lactuca virosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration...
Yellow flowered, strong scented wild lettuce, Lactuca virosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-70248, Fruit and leaves of the French Mignonne peach, Prunus persica. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
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Fruit and leaves of the French Mignonne peach, Prunus persica. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from...
Fruit and leaves of the French Mignonne peach, Prunus persica. Hand-colored illustration by E.D. Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's "Flora and Pomona" 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc.
Stock Photo #4409-164133, Star-flowered echites, Echites stellaris. Native to Brazil. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Star-flowered echites, Echites stellaris. Native to Brazil. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustrat...
Star-flowered echites, Echites stellaris. Native to Brazil. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1834. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
Stock Photo #1848-183069, Surprise party for german pop singer Juergen Drews, friends and the band Bella Vista celebrating with him
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Surprise party for german pop singer Juergen Drews, friends and the band Bella Vista celebrating with him
Stock Photo #4409-150312, Duck-billed platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his dea
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Duck-billed platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Geo...
Duck-billed platypus, Ornithorhynchus anatinus. Illustration drawn by George Shaw. Handcolored copperplate engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodder's "The Naturalist's Miscellany," London, 1799. Most of the 1,064 illustrations of animals, birds, insects, crustaceans, fishes, marine life and microscopic creatures were drawn by George Shaw, Frederick Nodder and Richard Nodder, and engraved and published by the Nodder family. Frederick drew and engraved many of the copperplates until his dea
Stock Photo #4409-69791, White flowered caper bush, Capparis spinosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
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White flowered caper bush, Capparis spinosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby...
White flowered caper bush, Capparis spinosa. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by James Sowerby from William Woodville and Sir William Jackson Hooker's "Medical Botany" 1832. The tireless Sowerby (1757-1822) drew over 2,500 plants for Smith's mammoth "English Botany" (1790-1814) and 440 mushrooms for "Coloured Figures of English Fungi " (1797) among many other works.
Stock Photo #4409-162700, Graceful epidendrum orchid, Encyclia gracilis (Epidendrum gracile). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.
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Graceful epidendrum orchid, Encyclia gracilis (Epidendrum gracile). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an i...
Graceful epidendrum orchid, Encyclia gracilis (Epidendrum gracile). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake from Sydenham Edwards' "The Botanical Register," London, Ridgway, 1835. Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857) drew over 1,300 plates for the botanist John Lindley, including many orchids.

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