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Bog: Redouté. Book of Flowers – 40th Anniversary Edition - Af H. Walter Lack

512 sider - Hardcover

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Dyk ned i Pierre-Joseph Redoutés fantastiske malerier af alverdens smukke blomster med bogen 'The Book of Flowers - 40th Anniversary Edition' af H. Walter Lack.

  • 512 sider
  • Hardcover
  • Sprog: Engelsk

Kort beskrivelse

Uddrag fra beskrivelsen af bogen:

“Flower painter Pierre-Joseph Redouté(1759–1840) devoted himself exclusively to capturing the diversity of flowering plants in watercolor paintings which were then published as copper engravings, with careful botanical descriptions. The darling of wealthy Parisian patrons including Napoleon’s wife Josephine, he was dubbed “the Raphael of flowers,” and is regarded to this day as a master of botanical illustration.”

Dyk ned i Pierre-Joseph Redoutés fantastiske malerier af alverdens smukke blomster med bogen 'The Book of Flowers - 40th Anniversary Edition' af H. Walter Lack.

  • 512 sider
  • Hardcover
  • Sprog: Engelsk

Kort beskrivelse

Uddrag fra beskrivelsen af bogen:

“Flower painter Pierre-Joseph Redouté(1759–1840) devoted himself exclusively to capturing the diversity of flowering plants in watercolor paintings which were then published as copper engravings, with careful botanical descriptions. The darling of wealthy Parisian patrons including Napoleon’s wife Josephine, he was dubbed “the Raphael of flowers,” and is regarded to this day as a master of botanical illustration.”