Stock Photo: A white-flowered spider lily (Crinum capense) named for its homeland, the Cape (South Africa). Illustration by Miss R. Mills, active 1836~1842: she was also the main illustrator for Knowles and Westcott’s The Floral Cabinet (1837-1842). . . Benjamin Maund's The Botanist was a five-volume series that introduced 250 new plants from 1836 to 1842. The series is notable for its many female artists: the plates were drawn by Maund's daughters Sarah and Eliza, Augusta Withers, Priscilla Bury, Jane Taylo
Stock Photo: 4409-83846 A white-flowered spider lily (Crinum capense) named for its homeland, the Cape (South Africa). Illustration by Miss R. Mills, active 1836~1842: she was also the main illustrator for Knowles and Westcott’s The Floral Cabinet (1837-1842). . . Benjamin Maund's The Botanist was a five-volume series that introduced 250 new plants from 1836 to 1842. The series is notable for its many female artists: the plates were drawn by Maund's daughters Sarah and Eliza, Augusta Withers, Priscilla Bury, Jane Taylo