1) Hepatica

    2) Star Anemone 

    3) Yellow Musk Hyacinth 

    4) Double Peacock Anemone

    5) Hungarian Iris

    6) Hyacinth 

    7) Grape Hyacinth

    8) Tulip

    9) Peacock Tiger Flower

    10) Clammy Primula.

    Watercolour and bodycolour, heightened with white (circa 1600). After John White.

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    Drawings from an album by Alexander Marshall (circa 1620-1682)

    Watercolour over metalpoint, on vellum.

    1) Anemones and Tulip

    2) Turk's Cap, Anemone and Hearts-ease

    3) Columbine and Anemones

    4) Rose, Tagetes and Hyacinth

    5) Tulip and Ranunculus

    6) Anemones

    7) Iris, Anemone

    8) Anemone, Tagetes and Hoop Petticoat

    9) Tulip, Anemone and Violet

    10) Anemones.

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    Spring Flowers.

    1) Auricula

    2) Large-flowered Bloodwort

    3) Perennial Adonis

    4) Common Dog’s-tooth Violet

    5) Spanish Daffodil

    6) Common Yellow Crocus

    7) Two-leaved Squill

    8) Common Blue Hepatica

    Illustrations taken from ‘Floral Illustrations of the Seasons’ by Margaret Lace Roscoe. Published 1829 by Robert Havell.

    New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library.

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