August 1, 2014
ochabang:

「冷やしあめ」っちゅーのが気になるところ by mizuk@ on Flickr.

ochabang:

「冷やしあめ」っちゅーのが気になるところ by mizuk@ on Flickr.

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July 28, 2014
tri-ciclo:

Flowers in a caseHans Purrmann Drypoint

tri-ciclo:


Flowers in a case
Hans Purrmann
Drypoint

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June 16, 2014
catpit:

swansoft:

friends with nice hair s


so basically

catpit:

swansoft:

friends with nice hair s

girls

so basically

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June 13, 2014
i-love-art:

Marianne North
Il·lustració/Ilustración/Illustration: Cristina Daura
ENG
Marianne was born in Hastings, England, in the year 1830. She was the eldest daughter of a high class British family. Her father was member of the parliament and her mother, like any other wealthy woman of that time, dedicated herself to the raising of her daughters and to living the life.
Her mother was the first to perish, followed by her father a few years later. Marianne was left alone, but with a generous inheritance. It was then when Marianne decided to leave it all behind and to dedicate herself to her true passion, one that she could never exercise: botany painting. 
At the age of 41 she went searching for new adventures and plants all around Canada, the United States and Jamaica. She spent a whole year in a cabin in a jungle of Brazil. Later, in Tenerife, she decided to travel around the world. Marianne travelled for 14 years through all the continents and drew more than one thousand flowers and plants. Her work was donated to the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew upon her return to the United Kingdom. This work can still be seen in two of the exposition halls. She died in her birthplace at the age of 60.  

i-love-art:

Marianne North

Il·lustració/Ilustración/Illustration: Cristina Daura

ENG

Marianne was born in Hastings, England, in the year 1830. She was the eldest daughter of a high class British family. Her father was member of the parliament and her mother, like any other wealthy woman of that time, dedicated herself to the raising of her daughters and to living the life.

Her mother was the first to perish, followed by her father a few years later. Marianne was left alone, but with a generous inheritance. It was then when Marianne decided to leave it all behind and to dedicate herself to her true passion, one that she could never exercise: botany painting. 

At the age of 41 she went searching for new adventures and plants all around Canada, the United States and Jamaica. She spent a whole year in a cabin in a jungle of Brazil. Later, in Tenerife, she decided to travel around the world. Marianne travelled for 14 years through all the continents and drew more than one thousand flowers and plants. Her work was donated to the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew upon her return to the United Kingdom. This work can still be seen in two of the exposition halls. She died in her birthplace at the age of 60.  

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June 1, 2014
yasurau:

Pic0045 by Jonathan Janke on Flickr.

yasurau:

Pic0045 by Jonathan Janke on Flickr.

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May 29, 2014
w0oser:

Twitter / yu_ai_na: うーさー様の可愛さ …

w0oser:

Twitter / yu_ai_na: うーさー様の可愛さ …

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May 27, 2014
w0oser:

Twitter / Xspe_mm: うーさーさま!*\(^o^)/* …

w0oser:

Twitter / Xspe_mm: うーさーさま!*\(^o^)/* …

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April 10, 2014
surreelust:

Festoon of Fruit and Flowers (detail) by Jan Davidsz de Heem (1660)

surreelust:

Festoon of Fruit and Flowers (detail) by Jan Davidsz de Heem (1660)

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March 6, 2014

Stephen Mackey - Sleepless Blossom. Oil on wood

Stephen Mackey - Sleepless Blossom. Oil on wood

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February 23, 2014
sisterwolf:

Carolus von Linnaeus - London, 1807

sisterwolf:

Carolus von Linnaeus - London, 1807

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February 20, 2014
magictransistor:

Dr. Robert John Thorton. The Night-Blowing Cereus. Painted by Philip Reinagle, Abraham Pether.  Engraved by Robert Dunkarton. The Temple of Flora. 1799. 
backstory here

magictransistor:

Dr. Robert John Thorton. The Night-Blowing Cereus. Painted by Philip Reinagle, Abraham Pether.  Engraved by Robert Dunkarton. The Temple of Flora. 1799. 

backstory here

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February 1, 2014

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January 29, 2014
michaelswaney:

Bella Foster

michaelswaney:

Bella Foster

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January 21, 2014
indigodreams:

vintage flower faces

indigodreams:

vintage flower faces

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January 18, 2014
androphilia:

Cirrhopetalum Elizabeth Ann ‘Buckleberry’

androphilia:

Cirrhopetalum Elizabeth Ann ‘Buckleberry’

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