New Book of Flowers

New Book of Flowers

Nuremberg (Germany) — 1680

New Book of Flowers

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Description
New Book of Flowers

Maria Sibylla Merian was a German naturalist and artist devoted to the illustration of scientific texts who was one of the first Europeans to closely study insects. However, she first distinguished herself has a botanical illustrator with a three-volume series of books that was united into a single volume in 1680, the Neues Blumenbuch or New Book of Flowers. The 36 plates depicting individual flowers, wreaths, nosegays, and bouquets would go on to serve as models for other artists and patterns for embroiderers.

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Alternative Titles
Neues Blumenbuch
Origin
Germany
Date
1680
Style
Language
Content
Botanical treatise
Artist / School

Available facsimile editions:
Prestel Verlag – Frankfurt, 1999
Facsimile Editions

#1 Neues Blumenbuch - New book of flowers

Prestel Verlag – Frankfurt, 1999

Publisher: Prestel Verlag – Frankfurt, 1999
Commentary: 1 volume by Marina Heilmeyer and Thomas Bürger
Languages: English, German
1 volume: Exact reproduction of the original document (extent, color and size) Reproduction of of the entire original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
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