Botanische kunst / Botanical art
From the Renaissance to the 19th century

39,95

An exemplary introduction to the world of botanical art

Author(s): Andrea Accorsi, Giuseppe Brillante, Elena Percivaldi, Chiara Nepi
Appeared on: September 23, 2019
Language: Dutch
Pages: 208
Size: 270 x 310 mm
Edition: Hardcover
ISBN: 9789462263369
Year: 2019
Publisher: Lecturis
Design: Paola Piacco

This beautifully illustrated book is an exemplary introduction to the world of botanical art. It sets the stage for scientists and artists who have contributed to the expansion of knowledge in the field of plants and flowers over the decades. They have described and pictured them, often with unbelievable precision and scientific accuracy.

Plants and flowers have always been a source of inspiration for artists. This inspiration was combined with a scientific interest that led to a symbiosis between botany and art and resulted in staggering masterpieces. While observing, the artists introduced us to the richness of flora all over the world, from common species to the most unusual that can only be found in the remotest corners of the globe.

Including work by Leonhart Fuchs (1501-1566), John Tradescant (1570-1638), Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), Elizabeth Blackwell (1707-1758), Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840), Giorgio Gallesio (1772-1839) and Walter Hood Fitch (1817-1892).

Additional information

Weight 1000 g
ISBN

9789462263369