Geum montanum; Sedum azureum; Astragalus virgatus; Papaver comutatum Benjamin Maund 1830

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Artist Biography

Benjamin Maund (1790-1864) was a British pharmacist, botanist, printer, bookseller, fellow of the Linnaean Society (1827) and publisher of the Botanic Garden and The Botanist. He served on the committee of the Worcestershire Natural History Society where he started a monthly botanical publication. Starting in 1825, Maund produced The Botanic Garden from his press at Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. The 13 volumes of this periodical depicted with great delicacy ornamental flowering plants cultivated in the Royal Gardens and was dedicated to the young Queen V Starting in 1825, Maund produced The Botanic Garden from his press at Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. The 13 volumes of this periodical depicted with great delicacy ornamental flowering plants cultivated in the Royal Gardens and was dedicated to the young Queen Victoria ictoria

Date

1830, London

Source

The Botanic Garden

Volume

8

Plate Number

194

Description

Geum montanum; Sedum azureum; Astragalus virgatus; Papaver comutatum

Print Method

Hand colored Engraving

Size of Print

16 x 12.2 cm. approximately (6.30 x 4.80 in.)

Size of Leaf

23 x 18.5 cm. approximately (9.06 x 7.28 in.)

References

Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Maund; Nissen 2222. - Pritzel 6004; Dunthorne 198;.De Belder 235; Geat Flower Books S. 160.

Condition

Some minor toning to edges otherwise overall excellent

Price:
$50.00
SKU:
57290
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