Maya Thomi-Luck - Society of Botanical Artists
I was born in 1962 in the east of Switzerland. In my early years, I went to the basic school of Art in St.Gallen Switzerland. A few years later I finished the florist apprenticeship and shortly after the gardener apprenticeship. Until now I have worked as a florist and as an instructor in a drum corps. I am married and have two children. I like plants from my own garden and not so much exotic plants. I’m well versed in pencil, colored pencil and aquarell painting, but my preferred technique…
Georg Bocskay en Joris Hoefnagel
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Circle of Madeleine Françoise Basseporte
Circle of Madeleine Françoise Basseporte 1701-1780, Unidentified pink and white flowers, 1952.29:78
Having A Ride With Vintage Bicycle Posters - Popular Vintage
Beginnings Bicycling became very popular ever since Baron Von Drais invented the bicycle in 1817. During these years, poster making was a chief advertising tool, and a lot of vintage bicycle posters have been created through the decades that bicycle posters eventually turned into an art form. Vintage bicycle posters rose out of several countries...
Many-flowered Epidendrum. Epidendrum polyanthum. The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala (1837-1843)
From the Swallowtail Garden Seeds collection of botanical photographs and illustrations. We hope you will enjoy these images as much as we do.
Queen Anne’s Lace, Daucus carota, was once cultivated in Europe as a vegetable and is a biennial plant. Like carrots, the roots and leaves of the first-year plant are edible. Flowers can be u…
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Ontdek de online collecties van erfgoedinstellingen. Geheugen van Nederland voert je langs bekende en onbekende verhalen uit ons digitaal erfgoed.