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Stock Photo #1895-8662, Sir Jagadis C Bose, Indian physicist and botanist, c 1920.
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Sir Jagadis C Bose, Indian physicist and botanist, c 1920.
Stock Photo #4409-151076, Cuckoo pint, Arum maculatum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany, 1796. Zorn (1739-99) was a German pharmacist and botanist who travelled all over Europe searching for medicinal plants.
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Cuckoo pint, Arum maculatum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany...
Cuckoo pint, Arum maculatum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany, 1796. Zorn (1739-99) was a German pharmacist and botanist who travelled all over Europe searching for medicinal plants.
Stock Photo #1895-9719, George Walker Arnott, Scottish botanist, 1854-1859.
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George Walker Arnott, Scottish botanist, 1854-1859.
Stock Photo #4409-163741, Tulip, Tulipa gesneria L. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, Japan, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Tulip, Tulipa gesneria L. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Med...
Tulip, Tulipa gesneria L. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, Japan, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-162461, Achiotillo tree, Alchornea latifolia. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Achiotillo tree, Alchornea latifolia. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Med...
Achiotillo tree, Alchornea latifolia. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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 #4409-66789, Moneywort, Lysimachia nummularia. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Moneywort, Lysimachia nummularia. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensi...
Moneywort, Lysimachia nummularia. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-71342, Lucombe's Pine-apple Pippin apple, Malus domestica, within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph from Benjamin Maund's "The Fruitist," London, 1850, Groombridge and Sons. Maund (1790–1863) was a pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller and publisher of "The Botanic Garden" and "The Botanist.".
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Lucombe's Pine-apple Pippin apple, Malus domestica, within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyp...
Lucombe's Pine-apple Pippin apple, Malus domestica, within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph from Benjamin Maund's "The Fruitist," London, 1850, Groombridge and Sons. Maund (1790–1863) was a pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller and publisher of "The Botanic Garden" and "The Botanist.".
Stock Photo #4409-65924, Star of Bethlehem, Ornithogalum umbellatum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1835. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Star of Bethlehem, Ornithogalum umbellatum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Bo...
Star of Bethlehem, Ornithogalum umbellatum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1835. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-84281, Brooklime or European speedwell, Veronica beccabunga. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantar
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Brooklime or European speedwell, Veronica beccabunga. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbe...
Brooklime or European speedwell, Veronica beccabunga. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantar
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 #4409-66848, Corn bindweed, Convolvulus arvensis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by C. Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Corn bindweed, Convolvulus arvensis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by C. Mathews from William Baxter's "B...
Corn bindweed, Convolvulus arvensis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by C. Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-65849, Water chickweed, Cerastium aquaticum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Water chickweed, Cerastium aquaticum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisi...
Water chickweed, Cerastium aquaticum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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 #4409-67281, Tassel hyacinth, Muscari comosum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Tassel hyacinth, Muscari comosum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensi...
Tassel hyacinth, Muscari comosum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-71572, Hare's ear, Bupleurum rotundifolium junceum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Hare's ear, Bupleurum rotundifolium junceum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora...
Hare's ear, Bupleurum rotundifolium junceum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-68246, Fool's parsley, Aethusa cynapium. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Fool's parsley, Aethusa cynapium. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensi...
Fool's parsley, Aethusa cynapium. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-163733, Dog's mercury, Mercurialis perennis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Dog's mercury, Mercurialis perennis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medi...
Dog's mercury, Mercurialis perennis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4409-162061, Burr chervil, Caucalis anthriscus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Haas from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Burr chervil, Caucalis anthriscus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Haas from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical B...
Burr chervil, Caucalis anthriscus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Haas from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4409-84711, German iris, Iris germanica. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apot
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German iris, Iris germanica. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewass...
German iris, Iris germanica. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apot
Stock Photo #4409-67884, Sea-shore lupin, Lupinus littoralis. Illustration by Dr. Greville, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1829. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Joseph Dalton. Hooker documen
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Sea-shore lupin, Lupinus littoralis. Illustration by Dr. Greville, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from W...
Sea-shore lupin, Lupinus littoralis. Illustration by Dr. Greville, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1829. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Joseph Dalton. Hooker documen
Stock Photo #4409-84577, Annual clary or orval, Salvia viridis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium
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Annual clary or orval, Salvia viridis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Arts...
Annual clary or orval, Salvia viridis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium
Stock Photo #4409-161822, Tall goodyera orchid, Goodyera procera. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by William Jackson Hooker from his own "Exotic Flora," Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in orchids and ferns, and was director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew from 1841.
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Tall goodyera orchid, Goodyera procera. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by Willi...
Tall goodyera orchid, Goodyera procera. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by William Jackson Hooker from his own "Exotic Flora," Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in orchids and ferns, and was director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew from 1841.
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 #4408-16548, Vanda Suavis, Orchids
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Stock Photo #4409-65823, Garden nasturtium, Tropaeolum majus. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Garden nasturtium, Tropaeolum majus. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisie...
Garden nasturtium, Tropaeolum majus. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-149670, Eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J.C. Pemsel from a drawing by B. Thanner from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany, 1796. Zorn (1739-99) was a German pharmacist and botanist who travelled all over Europe searching for medicinal plants.
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Eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J.C. Pemsel from a drawing by B. Thanner from Johanne...
Eyebright, Euphrasia officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J.C. Pemsel from a drawing by B. Thanner from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany, 1796. Zorn (1739-99) was a German pharmacist and botanist who travelled all over Europe searching for medicinal plants.
Stock Photo #4409-84833, Pasture or parasol mushrooms, Macrolepiota procera 5 and Macrolepiota excoriata 6, fragrant funnel, Clitocybe fragrans 7, and aniseed toadstool, Clitocybe odora 8. Chromolithograph after an illustration by M. C. Cooke from his own "British Edible Fungi, how to distinguish and how to cook them," London, Kegan Paul, 1891. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (1825-1914) was a British botanist, mycologist and artist. He was curator a the India Musuem from 1860 to 1879, when he transferred along with the botanical
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Pasture or parasol mushrooms, Macrolepiota procera 5 and Macrolepiota excoriata 6, fragrant funnel, Clitocybe fragrans 7, and...
Pasture or parasol mushrooms, Macrolepiota procera 5 and Macrolepiota excoriata 6, fragrant funnel, Clitocybe fragrans 7, and aniseed toadstool, Clitocybe odora 8. Chromolithograph after an illustration by M. C. Cooke from his own "British Edible Fungi, how to distinguish and how to cook them," London, Kegan Paul, 1891. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (1825-1914) was a British botanist, mycologist and artist. He was curator a the India Musuem from 1860 to 1879, when he transferred along with the botanical
Stock Photo #4409-67992, European Venus' looking glass, Legousia speculum-veneris. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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European Venus' looking glass, Legousia speculum-veneris. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from h...
European Venus' looking glass, Legousia speculum-veneris. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-163663, Sacred Egyptian bean, Nelumbo nucifera. Painted by Peter Henderson, engraved by Quilley. Handcoloured stipple copperplate engraving from Dr. Robert Thornton's "Temple of Flora," Lottery edition, London, 1812. The illustrations were a mix of aquatint, mezzotint and stipple engravings finished by hand.
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Sacred Egyptian bean, Nelumbo nucifera. Painted by Peter Henderson, engraved by Quilley. Handcoloured stipple copperplate eng...
Sacred Egyptian bean, Nelumbo nucifera. Painted by Peter Henderson, engraved by Quilley. Handcoloured stipple copperplate engraving from Dr. Robert Thornton's "Temple of Flora," Lottery edition, London, 1812. The illustrations were a mix of aquatint, mezzotint and stipple engravings finished by hand.
Stock Photo #4445R-5330, Asian people engaging in nurturing research
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Stock Photo #1647R-196113, Man examining tree
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Stock Photo #4409-71202, Varieties of picotees or fringed carnations, salmon-pink with black lines, and lilac blue. . . Dianthus caryophyllus. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal
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Varieties of picotees or fringed carnations, salmon-pink with black lines, and lilac blue. . . Dianthus caryophyllus. . Illus...
Varieties of picotees or fringed carnations, salmon-pink with black lines, and lilac blue. . . Dianthus caryophyllus. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal
Stock Photo #4069-6316, Sir William Jackman HOOKER, 1785-1865, botanist and first director of Kew Gardens, pencil 1812, engraved by Mrs Dawson Turner, 1813
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Sir William Jackman HOOKER, 1785-1865, botanist and first director of Kew Gardens, pencil 1812, engraved by Mrs Dawson Turner...
Sir William Jackman HOOKER, 1785-1865, botanist and first director of Kew Gardens, pencil 1812, engraved by Mrs Dawson Turner, 1813
Stock Photo #1839R-18312, Scientists doing research in modern farm
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Stock Photo #4409-67026, Hawthorn, Crataegus oxyacantha. Handcoloured copperplate engraving of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Hawthorn, Crataegus oxyacantha. Handcoloured copperplate engraving of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "Briti...
Hawthorn, Crataegus oxyacantha. Handcoloured copperplate engraving of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #1839R-18306, Scientists doing research in modern farm
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Stock Photo #4409-65964, Common grass-wrack, Zostera marina. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1841. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Common grass-wrack, Zostera marina. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from...
Common grass-wrack, Zostera marina. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1841. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-69361, Greater plantain, Plantago major. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1836. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Greater plantain, Plantago major. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "Briti...
Greater plantain, Plantago major. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1836. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4141-37387, vernonia crinita 'mammuth' ironweed perfect among tall, clump-forming grasses because the light-green sward of leaf flatters the vernonia's vivid-purple flowers. 'mammuth' reaches 1.5m (5ft) in uk. after flowering, fluffy white seeds appear and mature to rust-orange, giving this north american perennial the common name of ironweed. members of the daisy family, or asteraceae. herbaceous perennials, the name vernonia honours william vernon, an english botanist who collected large numbers of specie
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vernonia crinita 'mammuth' ironweed perfect among tall, clump-forming grasses because the light-green sward of leaf flatters ...
vernonia crinita 'mammuth' ironweed perfect among tall, clump-forming grasses because the light-green sward of leaf flatters the vernonia's vivid-purple flowers. 'mammuth' reaches 1.5m (5ft) in uk. after flowering, fluffy white seeds appear and mature to rust-orange, giving this north american perennial the common name of ironweed. members of the daisy family, or asteraceae. herbaceous perennials, the name vernonia honours william vernon, an english botanist who collected large numbers of specie
Stock Photo #4409-71044, Bitter winter cress, Barbarea vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1841. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Bitter winter cress, Barbarea vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell ...
Bitter winter cress, Barbarea vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1841. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-71850, Perennial knawel, Scleranthus perennis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Perennial knawel, Scleranthus perennis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Pari...
Perennial knawel, Scleranthus perennis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-69827, Oak-leaved goosefoot, Chenopodium glaucum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Oak-leaved goosefoot, Chenopodium glaucum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora P...
Oak-leaved goosefoot, Chenopodium glaucum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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 #1626R-16096, Calla Lily
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Stock Photo #4409-70812, Common frog-bit, Hydrocharis morsus ranae. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1841. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Common frog-bit, Hydrocharis morsus ranae. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter...
Common frog-bit, Hydrocharis morsus ranae. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1841. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-66840, Cascarilla, Croton eluteria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apot
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Cascarilla, Croton eluteria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewass...
Cascarilla, Croton eluteria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apot
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 #4409-70392, Large root cluster, leaves and stems of the Japanese wild carrot, Nothosmyrnium japonicum. Kouhon.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Large root cluster, leaves and stems of the Japanese wild carrot, Nothosmyrnium japonicum. Kouhon.. Colour-printed woodblock ...
Large root cluster, leaves and stems of the Japanese wild carrot, Nothosmyrnium japonicum. Kouhon.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-162132, Showy airbroom, Billbergia amoena (Bromelia pallida). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by William Jackson Hooker from his own "Exotic Flora," Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in orchids and ferns, and was director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew from 1841.
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Showy airbroom, Billbergia amoena (Bromelia pallida). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustr...
Showy airbroom, Billbergia amoena (Bromelia pallida). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by William Jackson Hooker from his own "Exotic Flora," Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in orchids and ferns, and was director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew from 1841.
Stock Photo #4409-68843, Green spurge, Euphorbia esula. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Green spurge, Euphorbia esula. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis,"...
Green spurge, Euphorbia esula. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-84384, Tamarind tree, Tamarindus indica. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for
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Tamarind tree, Tamarindus indica. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-G...
Tamarind tree, Tamarindus indica. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for
Stock Photo #4409-69756, Long-stalked sisyrinchium, Solenomelus pedunculatus or Sisyrinchium pedunculatum. Illustration by R. K. Greville, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1830. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was suc
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Long-stalked sisyrinchium, Solenomelus pedunculatus or Sisyrinchium pedunculatum. Illustration by R. K. Greville, engraved by...
Long-stalked sisyrinchium, Solenomelus pedunculatus or Sisyrinchium pedunculatum. Illustration by R. K. Greville, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1830. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was suc
Stock Photo #4105-4901, Scientist holding a report in a laboratory and smiling
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Stock Photo #4445R-5389, Asian people engaging in nurturing research
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Stock Photo #4409-66663, Lesser water plantain, Alisma ranunculoides. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Lesser water plantain, Alisma ranunculoides. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora...
Lesser water plantain, Alisma ranunculoides. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-84218, Royal apricot, Prunus armeniaca, raised in the Royal Garden of the Luxembourg. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta Withers from John Lindley's "Pomological Magazine," James Ridgway, London, 1828. The magazine was published in three volumes from 1828 to 1830 and discontinued at plate 152 because of a dispute between the editors. Lindley (1795-1865) was an English botanist and gardener who published books on roses, orchids, and fruit. Mrs. Wither
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Royal apricot, Prunus armeniaca, raised in the Royal Garden of the Luxembourg. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts...
Royal apricot, Prunus armeniaca, raised in the Royal Garden of the Luxembourg. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta Withers from John Lindley's "Pomological Magazine," James Ridgway, London, 1828. The magazine was published in three volumes from 1828 to 1830 and discontinued at plate 152 because of a dispute between the editors. Lindley (1795-1865) was an English botanist and gardener who published books on roses, orchids, and fruit. Mrs. Wither
Stock Photo #4409-163555, Prostrate knotweed, Polygonum aviculare. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Prostrate knotweed, Polygonum aviculare. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's ...
Prostrate knotweed, Polygonum aviculare. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4409-164285, Chinese snakeroot, Eupatorium chinense, Japanese snakeroot, Eupatorium japonicum, and Sakhalin snakeroot, Eupatorium sachalinense Mak. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, Japan, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Chinese snakeroot, Eupatorium chinense, Japanese snakeroot, Eupatorium japonicum, and Sakhalin snakeroot, Eupatorium sachalin...
Chinese snakeroot, Eupatorium chinense, Japanese snakeroot, Eupatorium japonicum, and Sakhalin snakeroot, Eupatorium sachalinense Mak. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, Japan, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-83883, Scarlet camellia "Sekirousa". . Thea japonica Nois. flore pleno forma. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Scarlet camellia "Sekirousa". . Thea japonica Nois. flore pleno forma. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki...
Scarlet camellia "Sekirousa". . Thea japonica Nois. flore pleno forma. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4388-158, American Horticulturalist Luther Burbank
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Stock Photo #4409-150086, Leopard's bane or wolf's bane, Arnica montana. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by B. Thanner from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany, 1796. Zorn (1739-99) was a German pharmacist and botanist who travelled all over Europe searching for medicinal plants.
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Leopard's bane or wolf's bane, Arnica montana. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by B. Thanner from Johannes ...
Leopard's bane or wolf's bane, Arnica montana. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by B. Thanner from Johannes Zorn's "Icones plantarum medicinalium," Germany, 1796. Zorn (1739-99) was a German pharmacist and botanist who travelled all over Europe searching for medicinal plants.
Stock Photo #1899-70559, United Kingdom, London, Kew Gardens. Detail. Inner view of the greenhouse. The pants are shielded by a covering made of iron and glass.
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United Kingdom, London, Kew Gardens. Detail. Inner view of the greenhouse. The pants are shielded by a covering made of iron ...
United Kingdom, London, Kew Gardens. Detail. Inner view of the greenhouse. The pants are shielded by a covering made of iron and glass.
Stock Photo #4409-71818, True forget-me-not, Myosotis scorpioides palustris. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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True forget-me-not, Myosotis scorpioides palustris. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own...
True forget-me-not, Myosotis scorpioides palustris. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-69224, Wild cumin, Lagoecia cuminoides. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for
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Wild cumin, Lagoecia cuminoides. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Ge...
Wild cumin, Lagoecia cuminoides. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for
Stock Photo #4445R-5308, Asian people engaging in nurturing research
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Stock Photo #4445R-5378, Grains in test tube in laboratory
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Stock Photo #4409-69752, Pear, Pyrus communis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Pear, Pyrus communis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Pa...
Pear, Pyrus communis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4451R-2277, Female botanist working in laboratory
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Stock Photo #4409-69500, Deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter'...
Deadly nightshade, Atropa belladonna. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-85369, Imperatrice plum, Prunus domestica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta Withers from John Lindley's "Pomological Magazine," James Ridgway, London, 1828. The magazine was published in three volumes from 1828 to 1830 and discontinued at plate 152 because of a dispute between the editors. Lindley (1795-1865) was an English botanist and gardener who published books on roses, orchids, and fruit. Mrs. Withers (1793-1877) was an eminent Victorian bota
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Imperatrice plum, Prunus domestica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta W...
Imperatrice plum, Prunus domestica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta Withers from John Lindley's "Pomological Magazine," James Ridgway, London, 1828. The magazine was published in three volumes from 1828 to 1830 and discontinued at plate 152 because of a dispute between the editors. Lindley (1795-1865) was an English botanist and gardener who published books on roses, orchids, and fruit. Mrs. Withers (1793-1877) was an eminent Victorian bota
Stock Photo #4409-9275, MICONIA LONGIFOLIA - FLORA DE LA REAL EXPEDICION BOTANICA DEL NUEVO REINO DE GRANADA - DIBUJO COLOREADO - SIGLO XVIII. Author: MUTIS CELESTINO. Location: JARDIN BOTANICO-DIBUJOS, MADRID, SPAIN.
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MICONIA LONGIFOLIA - FLORA DE LA REAL EXPEDICION BOTANICA DEL NUEVO REINO DE GRANADA - DIBUJO COLOREADO - SIGLO XVIII. Author: MUTIS CELESTINO. Location: JARDIN BOTANICO-DIBUJOS, MADRID, SPAIN.
Stock Photo #4409-83533, White and pink-flecked camellias "Watashi mori" and "Hinazuru". . Thea japonica Nois flore semipleno forma. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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White and pink-flecked camellias "Watashi mori" and "Hinazuru". . Thea japonica Nois flore semipleno forma. . Colour-printed ...
White and pink-flecked camellias "Watashi mori" and "Hinazuru". . Thea japonica Nois flore semipleno forma. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-83588, Female mandrake plant (Atropa mandragora or Mandragora officinarum).. . French botanist Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard was born around 1742 at Aubepierre-en-Barrois (Haute Marne) and died on 26 September 1793 in Paris. He studied at Angers, and later illustrated and published a number of botanical and mycological works on French flora. He studied art and engraving under Francois Martinet, the celebrated artist of many of Buffon's natural history books. . . His first book was "Flora of Pa
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Female mandrake plant (Atropa mandragora or Mandragora officinarum).. . French botanist Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliar...
Female mandrake plant (Atropa mandragora or Mandragora officinarum).. . French botanist Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard was born around 1742 at Aubepierre-en-Barrois (Haute Marne) and died on 26 September 1793 in Paris. He studied at Angers, and later illustrated and published a number of botanical and mycological works on French flora. He studied art and engraving under Francois Martinet, the celebrated artist of many of Buffon's natural history books. . . His first book was "Flora of Pa
Stock Photo #4409-69342, Common butterbur, Petasites vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Charles Mathews of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1835. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Common butterbur, Petasites vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Charles Mathews of a drawing by Isaac Russell fro...
Common butterbur, Petasites vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Charles Mathews of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1835. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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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 #4409-85007, Catnip, Nepeta cataria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apothecar
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Catnip, Nepeta cataria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," ...
Catnip, Nepeta cataria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apothecar
Stock Photo #4409-84445, Mechoacanna root, Convolvulus mechoacanna. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicina
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Mechoacanna root, Convolvulus mechoacanna. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der ...
Mechoacanna root, Convolvulus mechoacanna. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicina
Stock Photo #1589R-178312, Asian man with computer screen projection in jungle
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Stock Photo #4409-65765, Reinette van Mons apple, Malus domestica within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph from Benjamin Maund's "The Fruitist," London, 1850, Groombridge and Sons. Maund (1790–1863) was a pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller and publisher of "The Botanic Garden" and "The Botanist.".
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Reinette van Mons apple, Malus domestica within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph fro...
Reinette van Mons apple, Malus domestica within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph from Benjamin Maund's "The Fruitist," London, 1850, Groombridge and Sons. Maund (1790–1863) was a pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller and publisher of "The Botanic Garden" and "The Botanist.".
Stock Photo #4409-71427, Common asparagus, Asparagus officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1840. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Common asparagus, Asparagus officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's...
Common asparagus, Asparagus officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1840. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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 #4409-67753, Broad-leaved ludovia, Ludovia latifolia or Asplundia latifolia. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1829. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeed
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Broad-leaved ludovia, Ludovia latifolia or Asplundia latifolia. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swa...
Broad-leaved ludovia, Ludovia latifolia or Asplundia latifolia. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1829. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeed
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 #4409-70855, Black nightshade, Solanum nigrum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Black nightshade, Solanum nigrum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensi...
Black nightshade, Solanum nigrum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-68319, Leaves and stems of Babchi, or scurf pea, Psoralea corylifolia L., used in Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Leaves and stems of Babchi, or scurf pea, Psoralea corylifolia L., used in Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda.. Colour-prin...
Leaves and stems of Babchi, or scurf pea, Psoralea corylifolia L., used in Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-83725, Mentzelia stipitata 34. . Stalked mentzelia . . Illustration by Mrs. Priscilla Bury. With partly coloured plant, and engraved dissections of petal, fruit, stamens, etc. . . 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 Taylor, Miss R. Mills among others. The other characteristic is partial c
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Mentzelia stipitata 34. . Stalked mentzelia . . Illustration by Mrs. Priscilla Bury. With partly coloured plant, and engraved...
Mentzelia stipitata 34. . Stalked mentzelia . . Illustration by Mrs. Priscilla Bury. With partly coloured plant, and engraved dissections of petal, fruit, stamens, etc. . . 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 Taylor, Miss R. Mills among others. The other characteristic is partial c
Stock Photo #4409-84444, Noble yarrow, Achillea nobilis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for a
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Noble yarrow, Achillea nobilis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gew...
Noble yarrow, Achillea nobilis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for a
Stock Photo #4409-68471, Tulipa stellata. . Stellated East Indian tulip with white flowers, showing bulb, stamen and pistil details.. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic
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Tulipa stellata. . Stellated East Indian tulip with white flowers, showing bulb, stamen and pistil details.. . Illustration b...
Tulipa stellata. . Stellated East Indian tulip with white flowers, showing bulb, stamen and pistil details.. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic
Stock Photo #4409-66607, Madonna lily, Lilium candidum with flowers, leaves, bulb, and stamens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchilchen Gewachse" (Medical Botany), Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and, from 1814, professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Madonna lily, Lilium candidum with flowers, leaves, bulb, and stamens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich ...
Madonna lily, Lilium candidum with flowers, leaves, bulb, and stamens. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchilchen Gewachse" (Medical Botany), Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and, from 1814, professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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 #4409-67328, Large white peony flower (underside) with green stem and dark green leaves. Paeonia albiflora. Shakuyaku. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Large white peony flower (underside) with green stem and dark green leaves. Paeonia albiflora. Shakuyaku. . Colour-printed wo...
Large white peony flower (underside) with green stem and dark green leaves. Paeonia albiflora. Shakuyaku. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-163000, Horse chestnut or conker tree, Aesculus hippocastanum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Haas from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Horse chestnut or conker tree, Aesculus hippocastanum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Haas from Dr. Friedrich Gottl...
Horse chestnut or conker tree, Aesculus hippocastanum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by P. Haas from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4445R-5244, Obervation of grains in laboratory
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Stock Photo #4445R-5288, Pick up seedlings with tweezers
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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 #1525R-70524, Soft Pink Flower
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Stock Photo #4409-162968, Common buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Common buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's M...
Common buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4409-68759, Greater burdock, Arctium lappa. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for a
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Greater burdock, Arctium lappa. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gew...
Greater burdock, Arctium lappa. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for a
Stock Photo #4409-68676, Hops, Humulus lupulus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchilchen Gewachse" (Medical Botany), Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and, from 1814, professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Hops, Humulus lupulus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchilchen Gewachse" (Medical Botany), Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and, from 1814, professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #1830-55359, Woman inside a greenhouse laboratory with a laptop computer
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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 #4409-85525, Raspberry, Rubus idaeus. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apotheca
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Raspberry, Rubus idaeus. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen,"...
Raspberry, Rubus idaeus. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apotheca
Stock Photo #4409-68960, Roots, reeds and flowers of nutgrass galingale, Cyperus amuricus Max. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Roots, reeds and flowers of nutgrass galingale, Cyperus amuricus Max. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki ...
Roots, reeds and flowers of nutgrass galingale, Cyperus amuricus Max. . Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-69749, Smooth sea-heath, Frankenia laevis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Charles Mathews of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1835. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Smooth sea-heath, Frankenia laevis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Charles Mathews of a drawing by Isaac Russell from ...
Smooth sea-heath, Frankenia laevis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Charles Mathews of a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1835. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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 #4409-71252, Meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's...
Meadow saffron, Colchicum autumnale. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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 #4409-68357, Woodville's Matchless apple, Malus domestica, within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph from Benjamin Maund's "The Fruitist," London, 1850, Groombridge and Sons. Maund (1790–1863) was a pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller and publisher of "The Botanic Garden" and "The Botanist.".
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Woodville's Matchless apple, Malus domestica, within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograp...
Woodville's Matchless apple, Malus domestica, within a Della Robbia ornamental frame with text below. Handcoloured glyphograph from Benjamin Maund's "The Fruitist," London, 1850, Groombridge and Sons. Maund (1790–1863) was a pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller and publisher of "The Botanic Garden" and "The Botanist.".
Stock Photo #4409-67401, Witheringia montana or solanum montanum. . Mountain potato. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Jose
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Witheringia montana or solanum montanum. . Mountain potato. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copper...
Witheringia montana or solanum montanum. . Mountain potato. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Jose
Stock Photo #1527R-1078643, Scientist Holding a Large Carrot in a Greenhouse
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Stock Photo #4409-84995, Calabash gourd, Lagenaria siceraria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium"
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Calabash gourd, Lagenaria siceraria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artsen...
Calabash gourd, Lagenaria siceraria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium"
Stock Photo #4409-68553, Common chervil, Chaerophyllum sylvestre, Anthriscus sylvestris, and spotted or rough chervil, Chaerophyllum temulum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Joshua Hamilton's "Culpeper's English Family Physician" 1792. Nicholas Culpeper (1616-1654) was an English botanist, herbalist and astrologer famous for his "Complete Herbal" of 1653.
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Common chervil, Chaerophyllum sylvestre, Anthriscus sylvestris, and spotted or rough chervil, Chaerophyllum temulum. Handcolo...
Common chervil, Chaerophyllum sylvestre, Anthriscus sylvestris, and spotted or rough chervil, Chaerophyllum temulum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Joshua Hamilton's "Culpeper's English Family Physician" 1792. Nicholas Culpeper (1616-1654) was an English botanist, herbalist and astrologer famous for his "Complete Herbal" of 1653.
Stock Photo #4413-176375, Sign indicating english ivy on a tree trunk France
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Stock Photo #4409-163207, Panicle of the showy airbroom, Billbergia amoena (Bromelia pallida). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by William Jackson Hooker from his own "Exotic Flora," Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in orchids and ferns, and was director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew from 1841.
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Panicle of the showy airbroom, Billbergia amoena (Bromelia pallida). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a bo...
Panicle of the showy airbroom, Billbergia amoena (Bromelia pallida). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Swan after a botanical illustration by William Jackson Hooker from his own "Exotic Flora," Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1823. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist who specialized in orchids and ferns, and was director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew from 1841.
Stock Photo #4413-110828, English stonecrop
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Stock Photo #4409-71933, Thyme-leaved flax-seed, Radiola milligrana. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1836. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Thyme-leaved flax-seed, Radiola milligrana. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxte...
Thyme-leaved flax-seed, Radiola milligrana. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1836. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-83657, Cypripedium insigne. . The large-flowered lady's slipper orchid has large, distinctive pale green, brown and purplish flowers up to 3cm in size. It is a native of Nepal and was introduced into England via Calcutta in 1821. . . Miss Jane Taylor (active 1836~1842) was a painter of still lives and contributor of flower drawings to the Society of British Artists in London.. . Benjamin Maund's The Botanist was a five-volume series that introduced 250 new plants from 1836 to 1842. The series is notabl
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Cypripedium insigne. . The large-flowered lady's slipper orchid has large, distinctive pale green, brown and purplish flowers...
Cypripedium insigne. . The large-flowered lady's slipper orchid has large, distinctive pale green, brown and purplish flowers up to 3cm in size. It is a native of Nepal and was introduced into England via Calcutta in 1821. . . Miss Jane Taylor (active 1836~1842) was a painter of still lives and contributor of flower drawings to the Society of British Artists in London.. . Benjamin Maund's The Botanist was a five-volume series that introduced 250 new plants from 1836 to 1842. The series is notabl
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 #4409-84765, Shepherd's purse, Capsella bursa-pastoris. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicina
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Shepherd's purse, Capsella bursa-pastoris. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der ...
Shepherd's purse, Capsella bursa-pastoris. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicina
Stock Photo #1895-22481, John Ralfs, British botanist, 1862.
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Stock Photo #4409-69195, Large brown root and thick striped stem of licorice root. Ligusticum acutilobum. Touki.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Large brown root and thick striped stem of licorice root. Ligusticum acutilobum. Touki.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving b...
Large brown root and thick striped stem of licorice root. Ligusticum acutilobum. Touki.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-68304, Rock thyme, Acinos alpinus. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apoth
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Rock thyme, Acinos alpinus. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewasse...
Rock thyme, Acinos alpinus. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apoth
Stock Photo #4409-67375, Scarlet renanthera, Renanthera coccinea. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1830. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Joseph Da
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Scarlet renanthera, Renanthera coccinea. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperpl...
Scarlet renanthera, Renanthera coccinea. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1830. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Joseph Da
Stock Photo #4048-6170, Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a treatise on plants and their medicinal effects that served as authority for sixteen centuries.
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Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a tr...
Pedanius Dioscorides (40-90 AD), Greek botanist and pharmacologist, wrote DE MATERIA MEDICA (REGARDING MEDICAL MATTERS), a treatise on plants and their medicinal effects that served as authority for sixteen centuries.
Stock Photo #4409-84551, Styrax or stacte, Styrax officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium"
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Styrax or stacte, Styrax officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artse...
Styrax or stacte, Styrax officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium"
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 #4409-71419, Fennel, Foeniculum vulgare. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Fennel, Foeniculum vulgare. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British...
Fennel, Foeniculum vulgare. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-69654, White flowers and leaves of cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum Maton. (Byakuzuku). Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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White flowers and leaves of cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum Maton. (Byakuzuku). Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en I...
White flowers and leaves of cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum Maton. (Byakuzuku). Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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 #4409-161790, Lesser celandine, Ranunculus ficaria. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Lesser celandine, Ranunculus ficaria. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Med...
Lesser celandine, Ranunculus ficaria. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4409-71465, Wallpepper, Sedum acre. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Wallpepper, Sedum acre. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-70313, Narrow-leaved reed mace, Typha angustifolia. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1840. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Narrow-leaved reed mace, Typha angustifolia. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Rus...
Narrow-leaved reed mace, Typha angustifolia. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by Charles Mathews from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1840. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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 #1899-77359, Leonardo Da Vinci. Portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci 1452-1519. Engraving 1651.
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Leonardo Da Vinci. Portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci 1452-1519. Engraving 1651.
Stock Photo #4409-69597, Cupid, Flora, Ceres and Esculapius honouring the bust of Linnaeus.. Stipple engraving by Maddochs from a painting by Russell and Opie from Dr. Robert John Thornton's "Temple of Flora," 1812, Lottery or quarto edition. The illustrations were a mix of aquatint, mezzotint and stipple engravings finished by hand. Dr. Thornton (1768?-1837) was a botanist and publisher who bankrupted himself producing what is now regarded as the greatest English botanical book.
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Cupid, Flora, Ceres and Esculapius honouring the bust of Linnaeus.. Stipple engraving by Maddochs from a painting by Russell ...
Cupid, Flora, Ceres and Esculapius honouring the bust of Linnaeus.. Stipple engraving by Maddochs from a painting by Russell and Opie from Dr. Robert John Thornton's "Temple of Flora," 1812, Lottery or quarto edition. The illustrations were a mix of aquatint, mezzotint and stipple engravings finished by hand. Dr. Thornton (1768?-1837) was a botanist and publisher who bankrupted himself producing what is now regarded as the greatest English botanical book.
Stock Photo #4409-162899, Christmas rose or black hellebore, Helleborus niger humilifolius. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Christmas rose or black hellebore, Helleborus niger humilifolius. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. F...
Christmas rose or black hellebore, Helleborus niger humilifolius. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #1839R-18305, Scientists doing research in modern farm
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Stock Photo #4069-4316, Carolus LINNAEUS, 1707-78 Swedish botanist, naturalist and explorer, 1774
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Stock Photo #4409-83585, Oxeye daisy . . Le marguerite commun, ou le leucantheme vulgaire (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum). . French botanist Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard was born around 1742 at Aubepierre-en-Barrois (Haute Marne) and died on 26 September 1793 in Paris. He studied at Angers, and later illustrated and published a number of botanical and mycological works on French flora. He studied art and engraving under Francois Martinet, the celebrated artist of many of Buffon's natural history books.
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Oxeye daisy . . Le marguerite commun, ou le leucantheme vulgaire (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum). . French botanist Jean Baptist...
Oxeye daisy . . Le marguerite commun, ou le leucantheme vulgaire (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum). . French botanist Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard was born around 1742 at Aubepierre-en-Barrois (Haute Marne) and died on 26 September 1793 in Paris. He studied at Angers, and later illustrated and published a number of botanical and mycological works on French flora. He studied art and engraving under Francois Martinet, the celebrated artist of many of Buffon's natural history books.
Stock Photo #1899-77805, Bernard De Jussieu. Bernard de Jussieu 1699-1777, french botanist. Chromolithography after La Ciencia y sus Hombres by Louis Figuier, 1881, Barcelona Spain
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Bernard De Jussieu. Bernard de Jussieu 1699-1777, french botanist. Chromolithography after La Ciencia y sus Hombres by Louis ...
Bernard De Jussieu. Bernard de Jussieu 1699-1777, french botanist. Chromolithography after La Ciencia y sus Hombres by Louis Figuier, 1881, Barcelona Spain
Stock Photo #4409-65728, Large leaved angelica plant: full plant from root clump, stem, leaves and florets. Ooba senkyou. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Large leaved angelica plant: full plant from root clump, stem, leaves and florets. Ooba senkyou. Colour-printed woodblock eng...
Large leaved angelica plant: full plant from root clump, stem, leaves and florets. Ooba senkyou. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-71122, Tormentil, Potentilla erecta. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Tormentil, Potentilla erecta. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," ...
Tormentil, Potentilla erecta. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-85259, Soy or soya bean, Glycine max. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for ap
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Soy or soya bean, Glycine max. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewa...
Soy or soya bean, Glycine max. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for ap
Stock Photo #4409-162124, Tulip, Tulipa gesneria L. forma. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, Japan, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Tulip, Tulipa gesneria L. forma. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide...
Tulip, Tulipa gesneria L. forma. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, Japan, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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 #4409-67169, Field madder, Sherardia arvensis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793 was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Field madder, Sherardia arvensis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensi...
Field madder, Sherardia arvensis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793 was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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 #1895-8720, Sir Jagadis C Bose, Indian physicist and botanist, 1907.
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Sir Jagadis C Bose, Indian physicist and botanist, 1907.
Stock Photo #4409-70440, Flax, Linum usitatissimum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Flax, Linum usitatissimum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 177...
Flax, Linum usitatissimum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-67751, Protea longiflora. . Long-flowered cream-coloured protea or sugarbush. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by h
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Protea longiflora. . Long-flowered cream-coloured protea or sugarbush. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcol...
Protea longiflora. . Long-flowered cream-coloured protea or sugarbush. . Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine" 1827.. . William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by h
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 #4409-164475, 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 #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 #4409-65930, Sweet gale, Myrica gale. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1842. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Sweet gale, Myrica gale. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaeno...
Sweet gale, Myrica gale. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Charles Mathews from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1842. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-161762, Large bittercress, Cardamine amara. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Large bittercress, Cardamine amara. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medic...
Large bittercress, Cardamine amara. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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 #4409-85291, White rose, Rosa alba semi-duplex. Handcoloured copperplate botanical drawn, engraved and coloured by Henry Charles Andrews for his own "Roses, a monograph of the genus Rosa," London, 1806. Andrews was an English botanist, artist and engraver who published the "Botanist's Repository" from 1797 to 1812 and separate volumes on roses, geraniums and heaths.
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White rose, Rosa alba semi-duplex. Handcoloured copperplate botanical drawn, engraved and coloured by Henry Charles Andrews f...
White rose, Rosa alba semi-duplex. Handcoloured copperplate botanical drawn, engraved and coloured by Henry Charles Andrews for his own "Roses, a monograph of the genus Rosa," London, 1806. Andrews was an English botanist, artist and engraver who published the "Botanist's Repository" from 1797 to 1812 and separate volumes on roses, geraniums and heaths.
Stock Photo #1566-609084, Door carved wood 17th c Birth place of Michel Adamson Botanist 1727 1786 Old Aix Aix en Provence 13 France
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Door carved wood 17th c Birth place of Michel Adamson Botanist 1727 1786 Old Aix Aix en Provence 13 France
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 #4409-69584, Common peony, Paeonia officinalis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Common peony, Paeonia officinalis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiens...
Common peony, Paeonia officinalis. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #1839R-18323, Scientists doing research in modern farm
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Stock Photo #4409-67714, Holywood, Guaiacum sanctum. Endangered. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinaliu
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Holywood, Guaiacum sanctum. Endangered. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Art...
Holywood, Guaiacum sanctum. Endangered. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinaliu
Stock Photo #4409-69658, Purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Paris...
Purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-70177, Elecampane, Inula helenium. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by W. Willis from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1838. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Elecampane, Inula helenium. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by W. Willis from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxte...
Elecampane, Inula helenium. Handcoloured copperplate engraved by W. Willis from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany," Oxford, 1838. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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 #4445R-5394, Researcher holding a broccoli
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Stock Photo #4409-69007, Leaves and seeds of the red bay tree, Laurus caroliniensis. Handcolored stipple engraving from a botanical illustration by Henri Joseph Redoute, engraved on copper by Gabriel, from Francois Andre Michaux's "North American Sylva," Philadelphia, 1857. French botanist Michaux (1770-1855) explored America and Canada in 1785 cataloging its native trees.
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Leaves and seeds of the red bay tree, Laurus caroliniensis. Handcolored stipple engraving from a botanical illustration by He...
Leaves and seeds of the red bay tree, Laurus caroliniensis. Handcolored stipple engraving from a botanical illustration by Henri Joseph Redoute, engraved on copper by Gabriel, from Francois Andre Michaux's "North American Sylva," Philadelphia, 1857. French botanist Michaux (1770-1855) explored America and Canada in 1785 cataloging its native trees.
Stock Photo #4409-84700, Lovage, Ligusticum levisticum. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for ap
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Lovage, Ligusticum levisticum. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewa...
Lovage, Ligusticum levisticum. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for ap
Stock Photo #4409-83603, Oxalis bowiei. . Bowie's wood-sorrel or Cape shamrock is a small pink-flowered plant native to South Africa. . Miss R. Mills (active 1836~1842) 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 Taylor, Mis
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Oxalis bowiei. . Bowie's wood-sorrel or Cape shamrock is a small pink-flowered plant native to South Africa. . Miss R. Mills ...
Oxalis bowiei. . Bowie's wood-sorrel or Cape shamrock is a small pink-flowered plant native to South Africa. . Miss R. Mills (active 1836~1842) 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 Taylor, Mis
Stock Photo #4409-85222, Turmeric, Curcuma longa. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apotheca
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Turmeric, Curcuma longa. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen,"...
Turmeric, Curcuma longa. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apotheca
Stock Photo #4409-65688, Particoloured begonia, Begonia picta. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1830. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Joseph Dalto
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Particoloured begonia, Begonia picta. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate...
Particoloured begonia, Begonia picta. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's "The Botanical Magazine," Samuel Curtis, 1830. Hooker (1785-1865) was an English botanist, writer and artist. He was Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, and editor of Curtis' "Botanical Magazine" from 1827 to 1865. In 1841, he was appointed director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and was succeeded by his son Joseph Dalto
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 #1839R-18295, Scientists doing research in modern farm
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Stock Photo #4409-3918, Cacao tree. Page 228 from the Tudela Codex. Written in 1553 with annotations in Castilian. Madrid, museum of America. Location: MUSEO DE AMERICA-COLECCION, MADRID, SPAIN.
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Cacao tree. Page 228 from the Tudela Codex. Written in 1553 with annotations in Castilian. Madrid, museum of America. Locatio...
Cacao tree. Page 228 from the Tudela Codex. Written in 1553 with annotations in Castilian. Madrid, museum of America. Location: MUSEO DE AMERICA-COLECCION, MADRID, SPAIN.
Stock Photo #4409-68479, Goosegrass, Gallium aparine. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Goosegrass, Gallium aparine. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1...
Goosegrass, Gallium aparine. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4445R-5351, Asian people engaging in nurturing research
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Stock Photo #4409-71810, Daffodil, Narcissus pseudo-narcissus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
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Daffodil, Narcissus pseudo-narcissus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter'...
Daffodil, Narcissus pseudo-narcissus. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's "British Phaenogamous Botany" 1834. Scotsman William Baxter (1788-1871) was the curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden from 1813 to 1854.
Stock Photo #4409-162901, Bell, sweet, or chili pepper, Capsicum annuum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Bell, sweet, or chili pepper, Capsicum annuum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Ha...
Bell, sweet, or chili pepper, Capsicum annuum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Guimpel from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's Medical Botany, Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
Stock Photo #4409-84479, Wall rue fern, Asplenium ruta muraria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium
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Wall rue fern, Asplenium ruta muraria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Arts...
Wall rue fern, Asplenium ruta muraria. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium
Stock Photo #4445R-5220, Obervation of grains in laboratory
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Stock Photo #1839R-18302, Scientists doing research in modern farm
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Stock Photo #1899-78078, Bernard of Jussieu. Bernard of Jussieu 1699-1777, French botanist. Engraving
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Stock Photo #4413-109789, Microscopic view of foam branch Neckera
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Stock Photo #1589R-178308, Asian man using binoculars in jungle
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Stock Photo #4409-70884, Chives, Allium schoenoprasum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Chives, Allium schoenoprasum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," ...
Chives, Allium schoenoprasum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-70640, Leaves, roots and seeds of bur-reed, Sparganium racemosum Huds.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
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Leaves, roots and seeds of bur-reed, Sparganium racemosum Huds.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "H...
Leaves, roots and seeds of bur-reed, Sparganium racemosum Huds.. Colour-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from "Honzo Zufu," an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies.
Stock Photo #4409-68178, Buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis...
Buckwheat, Fagopyrum esculentum. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P. F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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 #4409-71537, Greater mullein, Vebascum thapsus. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
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Greater mullein, Vebascum thapsus. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiens...
Greater mullein, Vebascum thapsus. Handcoloured botanical drawn and engraved by Pierre Bulliard from his own "Flora Parisiensis," 1776, Paris, P.F. Didot. Pierre Bulliard (1752-1793) was a famous French botanist who pioneered the three-colour-plate printing technique. His introduction to the flowers of Paris included 640 plants.
Stock Photo #4409-85086, Borovitsky apple, Malus domestica, raised in the Taurida Gardens near St. Petersburgh. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta Withers from John Lindley's "Pomological Magazine," James Ridgway, London, 1828. The magazine was published in three volumes from 1828 to 1830 and discontinued at plate 152 because of a dispute between the editors. Lindley (1795-1865) was an English botanist and gardener who published books on roses, orchids, and fruit. Mrs
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Borovitsky apple, Malus domestica, raised in the Taurida Gardens near St. Petersburgh. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by ...
Borovitsky apple, Malus domestica, raised in the Taurida Gardens near St. Petersburgh. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by S. Watts from a botanical illustration by Augusta Withers from John Lindley's "Pomological Magazine," James Ridgway, London, 1828. The magazine was published in three volumes from 1828 to 1830 and discontinued at plate 152 because of a dispute between the editors. Lindley (1795-1865) was an English botanist and gardener who published books on roses, orchids, and fruit. Mrs
Stock Photo #4409-70638, Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apo
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Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewas...
Scots pine, Pinus sylvestris. Handcoloured copperplate botanical engraving from Johannes Zorn's "Afbeelding der Artseny-Gewassen," Jan Christiaan Sepp, Amsterdam, 1796. Zorn first published his illustrated medical botany in Nurnberg in 1780 with 500 plates, and a Dutch edition followed in 1796 published by J.C. Sepp with an additional 100 plates. Zorn (1739-1799) was a German pharmacist and botanist who collected medical plants from all over Europe for his "Icones plantarum medicinalium" for apo
Stock Photo #4105-1811, Scientist researching on plants in a laboratory
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Stock Photo #4409-67966, Dragon's head, Dracocephalum moldavica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchilchen Gewachse" (Medical Botany), Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and, from 1814, professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.
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Dragon's head, Dracocephalum moldavica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darste...
Dragon's head, Dracocephalum moldavica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's "Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchilchen Gewachse" (Medical Botany), Berlin, 1822. Hayne (1763-1832) was a German botanist, apothecary and, from 1814, professor of pharmaceutical botany at Berlin University.

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