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  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Duvivieranum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 20
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Duvivieranum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 20
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Constricutum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 18
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Constricutum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 18
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Ansellia Congoensis,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 17
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    Linden Botanicals, Ansellia Congoensis,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 17
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vanda Lindeni,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 16
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    Linden Botanicals, Vanda Lindeni,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 16
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vriesea Fulgida,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 15
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    Linden Botanicals, Vriesea Fulgida,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 15
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Aerides Reichenbachi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 14
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    Linden Botanicals, Aerides Reichenbachi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 14
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vanda Superba,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 13
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    Linden Botanicals, Vanda Superba,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 13
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Diacrium Bicornutum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 12
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    Linden Botanicals, Diacrium Bicornutum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 12
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Coelogyne Lurida,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 11
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    Linden Botanicals, Coelogyne Lurida,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 11
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Eria Striolata,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 10
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    Linden Botanicals, Eria Striolata,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 10
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Dendiobium Macrophyllum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 9
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    Linden Botanicals, Dendiobium Macrophyllum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 9
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Rhynchostylis Retusa,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 7
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    Linden Botanicals, Rhynchostylis Retusa,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 7
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Cleisostoma Crassifolium,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 6
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    Linden Botanicals, Cleisostoma Crassifolium,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 6
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Eriopsis Rutidobulbon,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 5
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    Linden Botanicals, Eriopsis Rutidobulbon,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 5
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Crispum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 4
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Crispum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 4
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Oncidium Papilio,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 3
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    Linden Botanicals, Oncidium Papilio,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 3
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Rodriguezia Bungerothi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 2
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    Linden Botanicals, Rodriguezia Bungerothi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 2
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Catasetum Bungerothi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 1
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    Linden Botanicals, Catasetum Bungerothi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 1
    £175 each

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    The Dance, by Henri Matisse, Jan – March 1939 / No. 4.

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