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by Stella Ross-Craig

Download Drawings of British Plants: Lemnaceae - Eriocaulaceae Pt. 31 eBook
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0713517484
Author:
Stella Ross-Craig
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English
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HarperCollins Distribution Services (January 1974)
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S Ross-Craig Drawings of British Plants: Lemnaceae - Eriocaulaceae Pt. 31. ISBN 13: 9780713517484. Drawings of British Plants: Lemnaceae - Eriocaulaceae Pt. S Ross-Craig. ISBN 10: 0713517484 ISBN 13: 9780713517484. Publisher: G. Bell & Sons, 1962.

The first in Ross-Craig's series Drawings of British Plants was published .

The first in Ross-Craig's series Drawings of British Plants was published in 1948. The series was issued as a set of inexpensive paperbacks retailing initially for 6 shillings, a departure from similar books for professionals and wealthy amateurs. The series eventually grew to 31 parts, taking until 1973 to complete and containing over 1300 lithographic plates. The series contained all the British flowering plants except for the grasses and sedges  . Stella Ross-Craig, an outstanding botanical artist, creates drawings that are both artistic and scientifically accurate.

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being illustrations of the species of flowering plants growing naturally in the British Isles. by Stella Ross-Craig. Published 1961 by Bell in London.

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The first in Ross-Craig's series Drawings of British Plants was published in 1948

The first in Ross-Craig's series Drawings of British Plants was published in 1948. The series contained all the British flowering plants except for the grasses and sedges

Stella Ross-Craig was an English illustrator best known as a prolific .

Stella Ross-Craig was an English illustrator best known as a prolific illustrator of native flora. Interested in botany from her youth, she studied at the Thanet Art School before beginning work as a botanical illustrator at Kew Gardens. Her work drew the attention of Sir Edward Salisbury, the director of Kew, who brought her to a publisher. She often drew from preserved dried specimens kept at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and she worked in black and white.

Posts About Stella Ross-Craig. The series was issued as a set of inexpensive paperbacks retailing initially for 6 shillings, a departure from similar books for professionals and wealthy amateurs

Stella Ross-Craig was an English illustrator best known as a prolific illustrator of native flora. Posts About Stella Ross-Craig. The series eventually grew to 31 parts, taking until 1973 to complete and containing over 1300

Berberidaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Papaveraceae, Fumariaceae.