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The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal

In the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle

by Prudence Leith-Ross

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Thames & Hudson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - Private,
  • European,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Natural History Illustration,
  • Permanent Collection Catalogs,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10417291M
    ISBN 100500974810
    ISBN 109780500974810
    OCLC/WorldCa59407536


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Buy The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal by Prudence Leith-Ross, Henrietta McBurney from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones. Arthur MacGregor; The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle, Journal of the History of Collections, Vol We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to Author: Arthur MacGregor.

Marshal's Flower Book book. Read 3 The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal book from the world's largest community for readers. A dazzling rendition of the seventeenth-century horticultu /5(3). Marshal's Florilegium is the only remaining example of such a book from the 17th century.

I feel so grateful to have access to it. If you are an artist or appreciate fine technique, I highly encourage that you peruse the Royal Collection's website, as each illustration is captured in extraordinary detail.

The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal at Windsor Castle by Prudence Leith-Ross and Henrietta McBurney was published in showing the folios beautifully reproduced as a full-page The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal book plates.

Some of Marshal’s works were also included in Amazing Rare Things exhibition curated by David Attenborough. Alexander Marshal?s Florilegium, or flower book, is one of the most exquisite and fascinating historic works of botanical art.

The only surviving compilation of flower watercolors from seventeenth-century England, it has been admired for centuries for its dazzling color and its incredible attention to the intricacies of a varied array of plant Author: Alexander Marshal.

Butterfly study by Alexander Marshal, painted from the collection of naturalist, gardener and plant-hunter John Tradescant the Younger Marshal is also known for his Florilegium (Flower Book) which he worked on for thirty years, until his The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal book What others are saying15 pins.

Alexander Marshal (b. - d) spent 30 years developing a book of flowers (a florilegium). He created folios recording plants growing in English gardens and captured, for example, plants growing in orangeries.

It was the first The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal book to be created for personal enjoyment and private study. About this book. The exquisite Florilegium of Alexander Marshal is the only surviving example The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal book a flower-book painted by an English artist in the seventeenth century, and is an exceptional work of art.

Alexander Marshal's Florilegium, or flower book, is one of the most exquisite and fascinating historic works of botanical art. The only surviving compilation of flower watercolors from seventeenth-century England, it has been admired for centuries for its dazzling color and its incredible attention to the intricacies of a varied array of plant.

The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal at Windsor Castle (Natural History Drawings at Windsor Castle S) Book Link From Mr Marshal's Flower Book Illustrazione Botanica Stampe Botaniche Storia Naturale Tulipani Pittura Ad Acquerello Fiori Dibujo.

The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal (c—82) This enchanting new publication celebrates the work of Alexander Marshal and his exquisite Florilegium, the only surviving example of. Marshal did not use it in his most famous work, the Windsor Florilegium, where nearly all the watercolours are on paper, but he did use it for the present series, all watercolour on vellum.

The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal in the collection of Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle / Prudence Leith-Ross ; with contributions by Henrietta McBurney (1st Edition) by Prudence Leith-Ross, Henrietta Mcburney Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / The "Florilegium" of Alexander Marshal contains.

Trees, Shrubs, Climbers (43) Tropical & Subtropical Plants (20). Buy Mr Marshal's Flower Book: Being a Compendium of the Flower Portraits of Alexander Marshal Esq.: As Created for His Magnificent Florilegium: Being a As Created for His Magnificent Florilegium 01 by Marshal, Alexander (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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As Created for His Magnificent Florilegium by Marshal, Alexander and a great selection of related books, art. ^ Title continues: "comprehending, an elucidation of the several parts of the fructification: a prize dissertation on the sexes of plants ; a full explanation of the classes, and orders, of the sexual system ; and the Temple of Flora, or Garden of Nature, being picturesque, botanical, coloured plates.

Alexander Marshal (c. ) painted not to document scientific discoveries, not for publication nor for sale but for pleasure. A highly skilled, although self-taught artist, Alexander Marshal was a horticulturist and famed entomologist who believed the cultivation of plants was essential to the study of the natural world.

The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal (c—82) has been part of. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal at Windsor Castle: In the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle by Prudence Leith-Ross (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Several intriguing examples on show originated from the private florilegium of the English gentleman gardener Alexander Marshal (–).

There are pictures containing puzzling juxtapositions of objects among the flowers: A jay with a broken leg lies dead in one. Get this from a library. The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal in the collection of Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle. [Prudence Leith-Ross; Henrietta McBurney].

Alexander Marshal was an English entomologist, gardener and botanical artist, noted for the florilegium he compiled, consisting of some folios of plants cultivated in English gardens, and.

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"This book was the work of a Gentleman He is said to have had a particular art of extracting Colors out of the Natural Flowers; and some of the Plants and Flowers contained in thisVolume are painted with those Colors." Dr.

William Friend of the Florilegium of Alexander Marshal. Get this from a library. Marshal's flower book: being a compendium of the flower portraits of Alexander Marshal Esq. as created for his magnificent Florilegium: here arranged by season and supplemented with an introduction and commentary and with a selection of plates from the original.

[Alexander Marshal; Windsor Castle. Royal Library.]. A patristic florilegium of a non-dogmatic kind is the collection of extracts made by St Basil of Caesarea.

Latin florilegia were also well established from the 5th cent. Their material is patristic, supplemented by excerpts from Carolingian and later from 12th-cent. authors. The. Now another early collection, created by the seventeenth-century gentleman gardener Alexander Marshal, has been published after being hidden away for years in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle, after being presented to George IV in thee s.

This book, too, has florilegium in its title and brought the term a wider audience. He is best known now for his Florilegium, a volume of watercolors of exotic plants, painted circanow in the Royal Library, Windsor Castle.

Watercolor painting of St. George and the dragon, by Alexander Marshal. Book Review: Jim Morris When you pick up a book copyrighted by the Queen of England (HM Queen Elizabeth II, ) one rather expects it to be something of substance. This book is much more. The modern title of “Mr. Marshal’s Flower Book” means the same as “The Florilegium” of Alexander Marshal (c.

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The florilegium - Alexander Marshal (c). Over a period of 30 years Marshal compiled a ‘florilegium’ (flower book) of folios recording plants growing in English gardens. Although Marshal was not a professional artist, his florilegium - the only English flower book to survive from the period - contains some of.

Florilegium of Alexander Marshal (Natural History Drawings at Windsor Castle) by Prudence Leith-Ross ISBN ISBN Hardcover; London: Royal Collection Enterprises Ltd, J ; ISBN   “Alexander Marshal’s Florilegium, or flower book, is one of the most exquisite and fascinating historic works of botanical art.

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Marshal's Flower Book by Alexander Marshal. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(2). The Florilegium of Alexander Marshal was presented to King Pdf IV, and is part of the Windsor Castle collection of Natural History Drawings - Seville orange, purple crocuses, grass snake and goat moth caterpillar, from Florilegium by Alexander Marshall (–).All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK