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by Joyce & STEARN William T. STEWART

eBook The orchid paintings of Franz Bauer epub
  • ISBN: 1871569583
  • Author: Joyce & STEARN William T. STEWART
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Herbert Press; 1st Ed. edition (1993)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1293 kb
  • FB2 size 1991 kb
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Franz Bauer (1758-1840), Kew's first resident artist, is considered by many to be the greatest of all botanical artists, yet his .

Franz Bauer (1758-1840), Kew's first resident artist, is considered by many to be the greatest of all botanical artists, yet his work is relatively unknown.

BOOK CONDITION: Bumping to the bottom corners otherwise the book is very good also. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Orchid Paintings of Franz Bauer. The lettering is bright, the covers and interior are clean and the binding is tight. DESCRIPTION: Beautifully illustrated throughout. Co-authored by William T. Stearn. Publisher: Timber Press, Incorporated, USA. Publication Date: 1993.

by Joyce Stewart; William T. Illustrated by Franz Bauer. Published by The Herbert Press. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Colour & b/w illustrations. Wear to cover corners.

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Joyce Stewart, William T. A contemporary of Redoute, Franz Bauer (1758-1840) has been considered by many experts to be the greatest of all botanical artists. Yet this book is the first to gather together and reproduce any collection of his work. Until now, with a few exceptions, his paintings of orchids and his many hundreds of studies of other plants, have lain hidden away in a few institutions, most notably the Natural History Museum in London and the University of Gottingen in Germany.

Image shows actual book for sale. Book Condition: Good; firm binding; contents good; a little corner-bumped; a little faded to cover; no dust jacket. Hard Cover Herbert Press 1993 Stewart, . The Orchid Paintings of Franz Bauer. Image shows actual book for sale.

by William T. Stearn and Joyce Stewart. This is a wonderful book packed with over 50 full-color paintings of many orchid varieties. By examining the orchids closely you get to see their true beauty. This is a great reference tool for any orchid lover or botany student. The book starts out with a history of the artist himself. Then the structure & function of each class of orchid is examined. Detailed black & white paintings accompany this discussion. The orchid painting themselves are spectacular. Each section is shown in vivid detail.

A contemporary of Redoute, Franz Bauer (1758-1840) has been considered by many experts to be the greatest of all botanical artists. Until now. Mediums Of Art Kew Gardens Botanical Art Natural History Blue Interiors Art History Art Reference Awesome Art Bungalow. Saved by. Leslie McGuffin.

Franz Andreas Bauer (later Francis) (14 March 1758 – 11 December 1840) was an Austrian microscopist and botanical artist. Stewart, Joyce and William T. The standard author abbreviation . Born in Feldsberg, Moravia (now Valtice, Czech Republic), he was the son of Lucas Bauer (died 1761), court painter to the Prince of Liechtenstein, and brother of the painters Josef Anton (1756–1830) and Ferdinand Bauer (1760–1826). Reinikka, Merle A. A History of the Orchid.

by Joyce Stewart, William T. ISBN 9780881922431 (978-0-88192-243-1) Hardcover, Timber Press, Incorporated, 1993. Find signed collectible books: 'The Orchid Paintings of Franz Bauer'.

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