1815 Curtis Botanical Magazine Floral Prints

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Indian Chrysanthemum
CAU75 $55
Fertile-Rayed Dahlia
CAU76 $55
Fertile-Rayed Dahlia
CAU77
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Flowering Raspberry
CAU82 $45
Jacobean Amaryllis
CAU80 $49
Waved Amaryllis
CAU79 $45
Turkish Corn-Flag Gladiolus
CAU83 $45
Two-Coloured Arum
CAU85 $45
Heart-Leaved Protea
CAU84
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Spicy Jatropha
CAU86 $45
Indian Azalea
CAU87 $45
Dwarf Pomegranate Tree
CAU88 $45
Painted Corn-Flag Gladiolus
CAU89 $45
Prickly Cleome
CAU90 $45
Flesh-Coloured Common Corn-Flag Gladiolus
CAU91 $45
Common Judas Tree
CAU92 $45
Woolly-Leaved Myrtle
CAU93 $45
Bryony-Leaved Bindweed
CAU94 $45
Long Spiked Watsonia
CAU95 $45
Two Petaled Begonia
CAU96 $45
Broad-Leaved Colchicum
CAU97 $45
Two-Coloured Begonia
CAU98 $45
Glandular-Leaved Balsam
CAU99 $45
Sweet-Scented Crab-Tree
CAU100 $45
Three-Coloured Sparaxis
CAU101 $45
Coffee Arabica
CAU102
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Equal-Flowered Moraea
CAU103 $45
Lake-Coloured Watsonia
CAU104 $45
Fine-Leaved Cosmea
CAU105 $45
Straight-Flowered Watsonia
CAU106 $45
Virgin Pink
CAU107 $45
American Cowslip
CAU108 $55
Field Pink
CAU109 $45
Star Anemone
CAU110 $45
Red Plumeria
CAU111 $45
Sessile Trillium
CAU112 $55
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1815 Curtis Botanical Magazine Floral Prints

William Curtis began publication of the Botanical Magazine in February 1787 and continued almost without interruption for 160 years. After Curtis edited the first 13 volumes, the publication continued under the editors: John Simms (1800-1826), William Jackson Hooker (1827-1865) and Joseph Dalton Hooker (1865-1904). The images were engraved and hand-coloured by many artists including Sydenham Edwards, William Graves, James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker, W.H. Fitch, Matilda Smith, Lillian Snelling and Stella Rose Craig. The plates are known for their fine detail and delicate hand coloring. The prints are all copper engravings to Volume 70 & then stone or zinc lithography until the introduction of color printing in 1948. It is the longest running botanical magazine and was entirely hand colored until 1948. References: Blunt (1994) pp 211 - 217, Great Flower Books pp 156 - 157, Nissen BPI 2350, Staflue 1290.

These Curtis prints are particularly prized for their lavish, beautifully hand colored large illustrations principally by Sydenham Teak Edwards, James Sowerby and William Kilburn. Even now, after all this time of living with Curtis prints, we are still left in awe by their beauty. Each single measures approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 9 inches long. Prints are accompanied by the relevant original descriptive text.

The condition of these prints is remarkable for a work that is 200 years old, with strong plate marks and dates. There is little or no foxing, with characteristic good plate marks on wove paper that is a creamy in color. The photos are very accurate, so please review carefully. All our prints are authentic hand colored antique prints, and the Curtis are about 200 years old & in excellent condition.


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