Frederick Edward Hulme 1879 Crown Imperial

Catalog Number 43603
 
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Artist Biography:

Artist and author, Frederick Edward Hulme (1841 - 1909), was born in Hanley, Staffordshire, England, became a fellow of the Linnean Society at age 25 years. He gained popularity for his flower drawings while working on his Familiar Wild Flowers and was recruited by others during the era such as Shirley Hibberd and F.G. Heath to illustrate their works as well. Hulme worked to educate students at a variety of colleges and universities in England as a professor throughout most of his adult life.

Date:

1879 - 1897

Source:

Familiar Wild Flowers

Volume:

Series III

Plate No.:

Not Applicable

Description:

Crown Imperial

Print Method:

Chromolithograph

Condition:

Overall Excellent

Size of Print:

200 x 135 mm. approximately (7 x 5 in.)

Size of Leaf:

200 x 135 mm. approximately (7 x 5 in.)

References:

Nisson, Claus "Die Botanische Buchillustration" 1966 No. 951; Blunt, William "The Art of Botanical Illustrations". p.277; Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 28 (2004).

Price:
$100.00
SKU:
43603
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