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Stock Photo #4409-67312, Passiflora hahnii, yellow passionflower native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Passiflora hahnii, yellow passionflower native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lit...
Passiflora hahnii, yellow passionflower native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67918, Anoiganthus breviflorus, yellow lily native to the Cape and Natal, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Anoiganthus breviflorus, yellow lily native to the Cape and Natal, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn b...
Anoiganthus breviflorus, yellow lily native to the Cape and Natal, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71158, Enkianthus campanulatus, native of Japan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Enkianthus campanulatus, native of Japan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N...
Enkianthus campanulatus, native of Japan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66120, Berberis lycium, yellow flowered barberry shrub from the western Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Berberis lycium, yellow flowered barberry shrub from the western Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Mat...
Berberis lycium, yellow flowered barberry shrub from the western Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71680, Dendrobium gracilicaule, pale yellow orchid native of eastern Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Dendrobium gracilicaule, pale yellow orchid native of eastern Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matild...
Dendrobium gracilicaule, pale yellow orchid native of eastern Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66801, Eremurus himalaicus, white foxtail lily from the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Eremurus himalaicus, white foxtail lily from the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and l...
Eremurus himalaicus, white foxtail lily from the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68645, Phajus pauciflorus, white orchid native to Java. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Phajus pauciflorus, white orchid native to Java. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed...
Phajus pauciflorus, white orchid native to Java. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-69518, Delphinium zalil, native of Khorasan, Afghanistan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Delphinium zalil, native of Khorasan, Afghanistan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithograph...
Delphinium zalil, native of Khorasan, Afghanistan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66240, Stapelia gigantea, giant carrion flower from Zululand and Namaqua Land, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Stapelia gigantea, giant carrion flower from Zululand and Namaqua Land, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration dr...
Stapelia gigantea, giant carrion flower from Zululand and Namaqua Land, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67454, Grevillea aspleniifolia, pink evergreen plant native to New South Wales, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Grevillea aspleniifolia, pink evergreen plant native to New South Wales, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration draw...
Grevillea aspleniifolia, pink evergreen plant native to New South Wales, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67116, Iris meda, native of Persia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Iris meda, native of Persia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from ...
Iris meda, native of Persia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71607, Gerbera jamesoni, orange flower native to the Transvaal. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Gerbera jamesoni, orange flower native to the Transvaal. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lith...
Gerbera jamesoni, orange flower native to the Transvaal. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67203, Dracaena marmorata native to Singapore. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Dracaena marmorata native to Singapore. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. ...
Dracaena marmorata native to Singapore. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68177, Eremostachys laciniata, native to western Asia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Eremostachys laciniata, native to western Asia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed ...
Eremostachys laciniata, native to western Asia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #1895-45035, Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911).
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Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911).
Stock Photo #4409-70098, Thrinax excelsa, palm tree native to Jamaica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Thrinax excelsa, palm tree native to Jamaica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by...
Thrinax excelsa, palm tree native to Jamaica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-69330, Iris paradoxa, purple iris native of the Caucasus and northern Persia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Iris paradoxa, purple iris native of the Caucasus and northern Persia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda ...
Iris paradoxa, purple iris native of the Caucasus and northern Persia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-69695, Syringa villosa, pale lilac flower from northern China. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Syringa villosa, pale lilac flower from northern China. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and litho...
Syringa villosa, pale lilac flower from northern China. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4220-3370, sir JOSEPH DALTON HOOKER naturalist Date: 1817 - 1911
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Stock Photo #4409-69986, Arachnanthe clarkei, striped orchid of the eastern Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Arachnanthe clarkei, striped orchid of the eastern Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and...
Arachnanthe clarkei, striped orchid of the eastern Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66218, Macodes javanica, native of Java, Indonesia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Macodes javanica, native of Java, Indonesia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by ...
Macodes javanica, native of Java, Indonesia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-129700, Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911). Botánico y explorador inglés. Grabado coloreado. "Historia Universal", año 1885.
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Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911). Botánico y explorador inglés. Grabado coloreado. "Historia Universal", año 1885.
Stock Photo #4409-67696, Amorphophallus eichleri, voodoo lily native of western tropical Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Amorphophallus eichleri, voodoo lily native of western tropical Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda...
Amorphophallus eichleri, voodoo lily native of western tropical Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70367, Berberis angulosa, yellow flowered shrub native to the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Berberis angulosa, yellow flowered shrub native to the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith...
Berberis angulosa, yellow flowered shrub native to the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70896, Eucryphia pinnatifolia, white flowered shrub native to Chile. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Eucryphia pinnatifolia, white flowered shrub native to Chile. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and...
Eucryphia pinnatifolia, white flowered shrub native to Chile. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-69494, Sobralia leucoxantha, white orchid native to Costa Rica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Sobralia leucoxantha, white orchid native to Costa Rica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lith...
Sobralia leucoxantha, white orchid native to Costa Rica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67838, Saxifraga latepetiolata, white saxifrage native of Spain. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Saxifraga latepetiolata, white saxifrage native of Spain. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lit...
Saxifraga latepetiolata, white saxifrage native of Spain. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71611, Opuntia polyacantha, yellow cactus native to the USA. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Opuntia polyacantha, yellow cactus native to the USA. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithogr...
Opuntia polyacantha, yellow cactus native to the USA. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66003, Tigridia pringlei, crimson tiger flower native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Tigridia pringlei, crimson tiger flower native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lit...
Tigridia pringlei, crimson tiger flower native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67337, Xylobium leontoglossum, spotted orchid native to New Grenada. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Xylobium leontoglossum, spotted orchid native to New Grenada. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and...
Xylobium leontoglossum, spotted orchid native to New Grenada. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70954, Fritillaria bucharica, white fritillary from central Asia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Fritillaria bucharica, white fritillary from central Asia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and li...
Fritillaria bucharica, white fritillary from central Asia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-96309, Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911). Botánico y explorador inglés. Grabado. "Historia Universal", año 1885.
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Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911). Botánico y explorador inglés. Grabado. "Historia Universal", año 1885.
Stock Photo #4409-68167, Smilax ornata, sarsaparilla, native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Smilax ornata, sarsaparilla, native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed b...
Smilax ornata, sarsaparilla, native to Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68539, Opuntia rafinesquii, cactus with large yellow flowers, native of the United States of America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Opuntia rafinesquii, cactus with large yellow flowers, native of the United States of America. Hand-coloured botanical illust...
Opuntia rafinesquii, cactus with large yellow flowers, native of the United States of America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68648, Iris bakeriana, violet-flowered iris native to Armenia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Iris bakeriana, violet-flowered iris native to Armenia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and litho...
Iris bakeriana, violet-flowered iris native to Armenia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66091, Strelitzia nicolai, blue bird-of-paradise flower, native of South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Strelitzia nicolai, blue bird-of-paradise flower, native of South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matil...
Strelitzia nicolai, blue bird-of-paradise flower, native of South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70867, Calandrinia oppositifolia, white flower native to Oregon and California. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Calandrinia oppositifolia, white flower native to Oregon and California. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matild...
Calandrinia oppositifolia, white flower native to Oregon and California. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70773, Pentstemon rotundifolius, native of North Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Pentstemon rotundifolius, native of North Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographe...
Pentstemon rotundifolius, native of North Mexico. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68726, Rosa incarnata, carnation rose, native to France. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Rosa incarnata, carnation rose, native to France. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographe...
Rosa incarnata, carnation rose, native to France. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68822, Primula pusilla and Primula petiolaris var. nana, primroses from the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Primula pusilla and Primula petiolaris var. nana, primroses from the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by...
Primula pusilla and Primula petiolaris var. nana, primroses from the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66115, Lilium nepalense, yellow lily native to the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Lilium nepalense, yellow lily native to the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithog...
Lilium nepalense, yellow lily native to the Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71326, Pandanus labyrinthicus, native of the Malay Islands. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Pandanus labyrinthicus, native of the Malay Islands. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithogra...
Pandanus labyrinthicus, native of the Malay Islands. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68497, Catasetum garnettianum, orchid native to the Amazon river. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Catasetum garnettianum, orchid native to the Amazon river. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and li...
Catasetum garnettianum, orchid native to the Amazon river. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66807, Chironia peduncularis, purple flower native to South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Chironia peduncularis, purple flower native to South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and ...
Chironia peduncularis, purple flower native to South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67933, Carludovica rotundifolia, palm native to Costa Rica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Carludovica rotundifolia, palm native to Costa Rica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithogra...
Carludovica rotundifolia, palm native to Costa Rica. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68523, Aristolochia hians, birthwort or Dutchman's pipe native to Venezuela. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Aristolochia hians, birthwort or Dutchman's pipe native to Venezuela. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda S...
Aristolochia hians, birthwort or Dutchman's pipe native to Venezuela. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66928, Streptocarpus parviflora, native of the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Streptocarpus parviflora, native of the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matild...
Streptocarpus parviflora, native of the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67149, Licuala veitchii, palm with yellow flowers native to Borneo. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Licuala veitchii, palm with yellow flowers native to Borneo. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and ...
Licuala veitchii, palm with yellow flowers native to Borneo. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67273, Shortia galacifolia, Oconee bells, native of Carolina. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Shortia galacifolia, Oconee bells, native of Carolina. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithog...
Shortia galacifolia, Oconee bells, native of Carolina. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68673, Disa lacera var. multifida, blue orchid native to Cape Town, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Disa lacera var. multifida, blue orchid native to Cape Town, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Mati...
Disa lacera var. multifida, blue orchid native to Cape Town, South Africa. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #862-1523, Rhododendron Dalhousie by Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911 British) Botanic Prints RHS Lindley Library
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Stock Photo #4409-66960, Olearia insignia, plant native to New Zealand. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Olearia insignia, plant native to New Zealand. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed b...
Olearia insignia, plant native to New Zealand. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66831, Laportea moroides, stinging nettle native to Queensland, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Laportea moroides, stinging nettle native to Queensland, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smi...
Laportea moroides, stinging nettle native to Queensland, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66927, Sarcochilus luniferus, yellow orchid native to Burma. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Sarcochilus luniferus, yellow orchid native to Burma. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithogr...
Sarcochilus luniferus, yellow orchid native to Burma. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71238, Brownea macrophylla, small tree native to New Grenada. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Brownea macrophylla, small tree native to New Grenada. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithog...
Brownea macrophylla, small tree native to New Grenada. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #1895-22377, Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, British botanist, late 19th century.
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Stock Photo #4409-66664, Styrax obassia, native of Japan and Korea. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Styrax obassia, native of Japan and Korea. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J....
Styrax obassia, native of Japan and Korea. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-71153, Spathoglottis ixioides, yellow orchid of the eastern Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Spathoglottis ixioides, yellow orchid of the eastern Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith a...
Spathoglottis ixioides, yellow orchid of the eastern Himalayas. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70889, Angraecum germinyanum, white orchid native of Madagascar. Named after Count Adrien de Germiny, France. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Angraecum germinyanum, white orchid native of Madagascar. Named after Count Adrien de Germiny, France. Hand-coloured botanica...
Angraecum germinyanum, white orchid native of Madagascar. Named after Count Adrien de Germiny, France. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68213, Cabomba aquatica, yellow water lily native to tropical America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Cabomba aquatica, yellow water lily native to tropical America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith a...
Cabomba aquatica, yellow water lily native to tropical America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-66375, Clintonia andrewsiana, bead lily native to California. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Clintonia andrewsiana, bead lily native to California. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithog...
Clintonia andrewsiana, bead lily native to California. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by John Nugent Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68336, Olearia macrodonta, white flower native to New Zealand. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Olearia macrodonta, white flower native to New Zealand. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and litho...
Olearia macrodonta, white flower native to New Zealand. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-65679, Solanum pensile, purple flower native to South America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Solanum pensile, purple flower native to South America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and litho...
Solanum pensile, purple flower native to South America. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-67898, Stuartia pseudo-camellia, white flower native to Japan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Stuartia pseudo-camellia, white flower native to Japan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and litho...
Stuartia pseudo-camellia, white flower native to Japan. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-68025, Eucalyptus stricta, native of New South Wales, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Eucalyptus stricta, native of New South Wales, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lit...
Eucalyptus stricta, native of New South Wales, Australia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by E. Bates from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
Stock Photo #4409-70096, Iris barnumae, purple iris native of Armenia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.
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Iris barnumae, purple iris native of Armenia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by...
Iris barnumae, purple iris native of Armenia. Hand-coloured botanical illustration drawn by Matilda Smith and lithographed by J.N. Fitch from Joseph Dalton Hooker's "Curtis's Botanical Magazine," 1889, L. Reeve & Co. A second-cousin and pupil of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Matilda Smith (1854-1926) was the main artist for the Botanical Magazine from 1887 until 1920 and contributed 2,300 illustrations.

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