Sweetest Jasmine Botanical Print
"Botanical Magazine" volumes were part of George Washington's personal library. These beautifully illustrated books sought to popularize and encourage the cultivation of rare wild plants which were being introduced in England. Many of the plants had not been previously described or named in any publication. As new regions of the world were being explored, the "Botanical Magazine" charted the development of botanical exploration.
Jasminum Odoratissimum; Botanical plate no. 285, by William Curtis, London; 1792-1794.
Giclee print in 21 ½" x 31 ½" antique gold frame with double mat and gold fillet.
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- Made in the USA.