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Stock Photo #879-5062, Miss Lily 1992 Anna Belle Lee Washington (1924-2000/American) Oil on Canvas
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Miss Lily 1992 Anna Belle Lee Washington (1924-2000/American) Oil on Canvas
Stock Photo #4259-30443, Black and white studio picture of baby inside round bronze frame with lily flower symbol on white cloth with embroidery with pink rose and green vase in background. Paris, France. April, 2008
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Black and white studio picture of baby inside round bronze frame with lily flower symbol on white cloth with embroidery with ...
Black and white studio picture of baby inside round bronze frame with lily flower symbol on white cloth with embroidery with pink rose and green vase in background. Paris, France. April, 2008
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 #4409-164233, Yellow mariposa lily, Calochortus luteus (Pale yellow cyclobothra, Cyclobothra lutea). Native to Mexico. 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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Yellow mariposa lily, Calochortus luteus (Pale yellow cyclobothra, Cyclobothra lutea). Native to Mexico. Handcoloured copperp...
Yellow mariposa lily, Calochortus luteus (Pale yellow cyclobothra, Cyclobothra lutea). Native to Mexico. 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 #4141-47249, dwarf alstromeria little miss natalie an abstract close-up of the peruvian lily, hardy's cottage garden plants. date: 22.10.2008 ref: zb946_122663_0169 compulsory credit: photos horticultural/photoshot
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dwarf alstromeria little miss natalie an abstract close-up of the peruvian lily, hardy's cottage garden plants. date: 22.10.2...
dwarf alstromeria little miss natalie an abstract close-up of the peruvian lily, hardy's cottage garden plants. date: 22.10.2008 ref: zb946_122663_0169 compulsory credit: photos horticultural/photoshot
Stock Photo #4409-85479, Atamasco lily, Zephryanthes atamasco, native to the eastern United States. Handcoloured stipple engraving on copper by Miss Marie Gabriel Coignet from a botanical illustration by Pancrace Bessa from Mordant de Launay's "Herbier General de l'Amateur," Audot, Paris, 1820. The Herbier was published from 1810 to 1827 and edited by Mordant de Launay and Loiseleur-Deslongchamps. Bessa (1772-1830s), along with Redoute and Turpin, is considered one of the greatest French botanical artists of the 19th ce
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Atamasco lily, Zephryanthes atamasco, native to the eastern United States. Handcoloured stipple engraving on copper by Miss M...
Atamasco lily, Zephryanthes atamasco, native to the eastern United States. Handcoloured stipple engraving on copper by Miss Marie Gabriel Coignet from a botanical illustration by Pancrace Bessa from Mordant de Launay's "Herbier General de l'Amateur," Audot, Paris, 1820. The Herbier was published from 1810 to 1827 and edited by Mordant de Launay and Loiseleur-Deslongchamps. Bessa (1772-1830s), along with Redoute and Turpin, is considered one of the greatest French botanical artists of the 19th ce
Stock Photo #4409-83846, A white-flowered spider lily (Crinum capense) named for its homeland, the Cape (South Africa). Illustration by Miss R. Mills, active 1836~1842: she was also the main illustrator for Knowles and Westcott’s The Floral Cabinet (1837-1842). . . Benjamin Maund's The Botanist was a five-volume series that introduced 250 new plants from 1836 to 1842. The series is notable for its many female artists: the plates were drawn by Maund's daughters Sarah and Eliza, Augusta Withers, Priscilla Bury, Jane Taylo
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A white-flowered spider lily (Crinum capense) named for its homeland, the Cape (South Africa). Illustration by Miss R. Mills,...
A white-flowered spider lily (Crinum capense) named for its homeland, the Cape (South Africa). Illustration by Miss R. Mills, active 1836~1842: she was also the main illustrator for Knowles and Westcott’s The Floral Cabinet (1837-1842). . . Benjamin Maund's The Botanist was a five-volume series that introduced 250 new plants from 1836 to 1842. The series is notable for its many female artists: the plates were drawn by Maund's daughters Sarah and Eliza, Augusta Withers, Priscilla Bury, Jane Taylo
Stock Photo #4409-162544, Globe lily, Calochortus albus (White cyclobothra, Cyclobothra alba). 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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Globe lily, Calochortus albus (White cyclobothra, Cyclobothra alba). Native to California. Handcoloured copperplate engraving...
Globe lily, Calochortus albus (White cyclobothra, Cyclobothra alba). 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 #4409-164042, Yellow mariposa lily, Calochortus luteus. 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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Yellow mariposa lily, Calochortus luteus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts after an illustration by Miss Drake ...
Yellow mariposa lily, Calochortus luteus. 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 #4409-161937, Beach spider lily, Hymenocallis littoralis (Long-flowered pancratium, Pancratium pedale). 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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Beach spider lily, Hymenocallis littoralis (Long-flowered pancratium, Pancratium pedale). Handcoloured copperplate engraving ...
Beach spider lily, Hymenocallis littoralis (Long-flowered pancratium, Pancratium pedale). 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 #4409-162287, Shewy lily or Japanese lily, Lilium speciosum. Adapted from Mrs. Augusta Withers' illustration 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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Shewy lily or Japanese lily, Lilium speciosum. Adapted from Mrs. Augusta Withers' illustration in Benjamin Maund's "The Botan...
Shewy lily or Japanese lily, Lilium speciosum. Adapted from Mrs. Augusta Withers' illustration 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 #4141-47250, dwarf alstromeria little miss natalie a close-up of the peruvian lily, hardy's cottage garden plants. date: 22.10.2008 ref: zb946_122663_0170 compulsory credit: photos horticultural/photoshot
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dwarf alstromeria little miss natalie a close-up of the peruvian lily, hardy's cottage garden plants. date: 22.10.2008 ref: z...
dwarf alstromeria little miss natalie a close-up of the peruvian lily, hardy's cottage garden plants. date: 22.10.2008 ref: zb946_122663_0170 compulsory credit: photos horticultural/photoshot
Stock Photo #4409-162996, Madonna lily, Lilium candidum. 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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Madonna lily, Lilium candidum. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae Utiliores: ...
Madonna lily, Lilium candidum. 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 #4409-162853, Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis. 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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Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis. Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A. Burnett from her "Plantae U...
Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis. 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 #4409-163253, Golden flame-lily, Pyrolirion arvense (Pyrolirion aureum). Native to Peru. 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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Golden flame-lily, Pyrolirion arvense (Pyrolirion aureum). Native to Peru. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts aft...
Golden flame-lily, Pyrolirion arvense (Pyrolirion aureum). Native to Peru. 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 #4409-162634, Large American dog's-tooth violet or glacier lily, Erythronium grandiflorum. 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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Large American dog's-tooth violet or glacier lily, Erythronium grandiflorum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts a...
Large American dog's-tooth violet or glacier lily, Erythronium grandiflorum. 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 #4409-163680, Spotted calochortus or butterfly mariposa lily, Calochortus venustus. 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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Spotted calochortus or butterfly mariposa lily, Calochortus venustus. Native to California. Handcoloured copperplate engravin...
Spotted calochortus or butterfly mariposa lily, Calochortus venustus. 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 #4409-163292, Satiny calochortus or splendid mariposa lily, Calochortus splendens. 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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Satiny calochortus or splendid mariposa lily, Calochortus splendens. Native to California. Handcoloured copperplate engraving...
Satiny calochortus or splendid mariposa lily, Calochortus splendens. 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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