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The Ladies’ Flower- Garden of
Ornamental Bulbous Plants. BOTANICAL HAND-
COLORED LITHOGRAPHD PRINT. 1849 BY MRS.
JANE WEBB LOUDON. Admirable Victorian lady
writer and artist Plate Markings:Plate # Genus,
Species Day & Haghe Lith. To The Queen.
This attractive original (not a reproduction) print is from the
1849 The Ladies’ Flower- Garden of Ornamental Bulbous Plants on heavy stock,
free of text on the back. This stunning full paged Botanical measures 8 ˝” x
10 ˝” A hand – colored lithograph with bright vivid color botanically
correct and very beautiful. The edges are untrimmed.
Mrs. Loudon [Jane Webb] (1807 – 1858) was the wife of landscape gardener and
horticultural writer, John Loudon, who designed the Birmingham Botanical Garden.
She began to write popular botanical books to help pay off the debts that her
husband incurred in publishing his Arboretum Fruticetum Britannicum. Mrs.
Loudon’s works are known for their delicate renderings of graceful botanical
subjects and are rarely found as individual prints.
Size: 8 ˝” x 10”