24.0 x 16.0 cm (9.5 x 6.3 inches).This is an original antique lithograph made in 1860 by Anne Pratt (1806-1893), a botanical illustrator from Kent, England, responsible for popularising botany. It is in very good condition. The colors are fresh and bright. The image is on one side of the paper and t..
Vinca roseaMadagascar9.5 x 6 inches (24 x 15½ cm). 1790sThis original antique engraving is from The Botanical Magazine by William Curtis.It was made in the 1790s, has original hand colouring and is in very good condition.The Botanical Magazine was one of the first British horticultural journals and ..
16 x 10cm (6.5 x 4 inches).This antique lithograph was made in London in the 1850s by the famous Sowerby family, well known for their high quality illustrations of the natural world. They were made to educate the general population in natural history. The Victorians were very interested in natural h..
22 x 14 cm (8.8 x 5.5 inches).Also shows Peony, Pennyroyal (herb)This fascinating antique chromolithograph of plants used in medicine was made in 1877 and comes from a work about medicinal plants by Benjamin Barton and Thomas Castle. Their aim was to give an accurate description of the medicinal pla..
Mrs WithersThis high quality vintage lithograph was made by litho-offset in the 1950s. The paper is thick and light creamy white, less bright white than it appears in the above scan and is blank on the reverse side...
31 x 23 cm (12 x 9.25 inches).Fringer Buck Bean and Woody NightshadeThis is an antique hand colored lithograph of wild flowers by Jane Loudon (1807-1858). Mrs Loudon had a fascinating, accomplished and challenging life. She was a pioneering authoress of early science fiction and (together with her h..
24 x 16 cm (9.5 x 6.25 inches).This antique lithograph was made in the 1890s by Edward Step and William Watson. Their work focussed on plants which gave brilliance and charm to the garden, and are some of the best antique botanical illustrations. The paper is high quality, matt with a subtle creamy ..