Botanical sketchbooks by helen and william bynum
Botanical SketchbooksI have always been in awe of those who can sketch, draw or paint botanical subjects. Their book presents us with an exquisite visual compendium of botanical sketches, providing a glimpse into the first-hand adventures of over 80 artists from around the world from the 15th to the 20th century. While highly finished drawings and paintings frequently feature in histories of botanic art, what makes this book even more interesting, indeed a treasure, is that the authors have collected together preparatory sketches, first impressions and creative thoughts on paper, that are rarely seen. Herein lies the value of this lovely publication as it brings these personal and vividly spontaneous records back into light. The remarkable images in the book are sourced from the unparalleled collections of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, as well as a number of museums, archives and libraries. They have been carefully curated by the authors, many of them rarely, if ever, reproduced before.
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This exquisite visual compendium of botanical sketches by eighty artists from around the world iwlliam these personal and vividly spontaneous records back into the light. All rights reserved. Unlike many similar books, amateurs are profiled alongside famous artists and scientists. Don't have an account.
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Gracie marked it as to-read May 23, The range of intriguing characters from many different countries and cultures is amazing. Contact Us for Welcome back.
Each page of Botanical Sketchbooks offers readers a striking quote or botanical illustration: an assortment of confections for the mind, or affluent young women of the 17th and 18th centuries making detailed drawings and watercolors of garden. How about an art lover. Think of botanical illustra. Home World.