There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • carla canonica

    Papaver erraticum (1542) by Leonhart Fuchs, a founding father of botany

  • Phyllis McConnell

    1542 by Leonard Fuchs, a founding father of botany good for detailed studies and contour drawings

  • Johanna B. Vander Laan

    1542 by Leonard Fuchs, a founding father of botany I should do some botanical drawings of my own and hang them up.

  • Jennifer Durren

    I love botanical prints -- 1542 by Leonard Fuchs, a founding father of botany.

  • Sue Barriball

    1542 by Leonard Fuchs, a founding father of botany. Love botanic art, especially early work like this.

Related Pins

≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗ Antique illustration of bees on clover

botanical illustration - oh tiny carnations. I grew these and made bouquets for my teachers. fabulous scent.

Papaver satiuum: Leonhart Fuchs, De historia stirpium commentarii insignes...1542.

Vintage Botanical Illustrations | Regnault Antique Botanical Prints 1774-1780

This would be nice hanging in an entryway or living room. Painting of poppies.

Like this picture of poppies. Think I could adapt it to a counted cross stitch project.

Selago spuria, Nerium odorum, Melanthium ciliatum, Gnaphalium squarrosum, Hortensia opuloides - Botanical illustration, Vienna, 1809