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[(Treasures Of Botanical Art: Icons From The Shirley Sherwood And Kew Collections )] [Author: Shirley Sherwood] [Nov-2010]

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Publisher: KEW PUBLISHING (November 15, 2010)
Language: English
ASIN: B0140DA1N8
Amazon Rank: 8152776
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“This is a wonderful new book from Shirley Sherwood/Kew Gardens collections. It compares a botanical drawing a specific plant (say an Iris) done in the 1800's to one done today. It is fascinating to see both the similarities and the differences. The a...”