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A Set of Six Colour 19th Century Chromolithographs of Garden Flowers

A Set of Six Colour 19th Century Chromolithographs of Garden Flowers

Regular price £1,800.00 GBP
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A set of six colour 19th century chromolithographs of garden flowers from The Amateur's Flower Garden, a handy guide to the formation and management of the flower garden and the cultivation of garden flowers and The Floral World and Garden Guide by James Shirley Hibberd, (1825-90) which were published by Groombridge and Sons, London in 1875 and 1868.  They are mounted and presented in a handpainted leaf patterned frame (Little Greene: Sage and Onion) with non-reflective glass. 

Camelia Nazzari; Cranesbill Geranium; Verbenas; Red Garden Geranium; Bourbon Rose and Camelia

One of the most popular and successful gardening writers of the Victorian era, Shirley Hibberd  was editor of three bestselling gardening magazines. He was highly influential - one of the first to highlight issues such as environmental conservation, water recycling and cruelty to animals - and he helped to establish what is now the vast consumer industry of amateur gardening. 

The price is for the set.

Framed 34.5 x 28.5 cm 


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