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Johann Theodore De Bry - German, 1561-1623, Tulips, Tulipa gesnerana L., Watercolor, These are from a group of flower paintings probably intended for publication as a florilegium, a typpe of picture book of admired garden flowers that became popular in the 17th century. In de Bry's day the tulip was a new import from Turkey, where it was so popular that annual tulip festivals were staged by the Sultan.

Johann Theodore De Bry - German, 1561-1623, Tulips, Tulipa gesnerana L., Watercolor, These are from a group of flower paintings probably intended for publication as a florilegium, a typpe of picture book of admired garden flowers that became popular in the 17th century. In de Bry's day the tulip was a new import from Turkey, where it was so popular that annual tulip festivals were staged by the Sultan.

Alexander Marshal (c. 1620-82). A page of watercolours of two flowers including: a new Widow Tulip and an Eglantine - sprig of wild Rose.

Alexander Marshall (c. Tulip (Tulipa gesneriana L.) with the sweet briar (Rosa rubiginosa L.) , Watercolour and bodycolour, x cm (sheet of paper), RCIN Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Bloemstudies van vier tulpen, Elias van Nijmegen, 1677 - 1755

Studies van vier tulpen, Elias van Nijmegen, ca. 1700 - ca.

203464 Tulipa saxatilis Sieber ex Sprengel / The garden. An illustrated weekly journal of horticulture in all its branches [ed. William Robinson], vol. 56:  (1899)

203464 Tulipa saxatilis Sieber ex Sprengel / The garden. An illustrated weekly journal of horticulture in all its branches [ed. William Robinson], vol.

Tulipe Double Hative by Louis van Houtte, Flore des Serres,1858

"Tulipe Double Hative" - From "Flore de Serres et des Jardins de l'Europe (Flowers of the Greenhouses and Gardens of Europe)" by Louis van

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