Three Chrysanthemums (From Flora's Gems; or The Treasures of the Parterre. Twelve bouquets drawn and coloured from nature by James Andrews. n.d.) (1830)

1830
James Andrews (English, active about 1830–1861), Text by Louisa Anne Twamley (English, 19th century)


Place of Publication: London

Catalogue Raisonné

Dunthorne 013; Nissen 35

Dimensions

Sheet: 36 x 26.5 cm (14 3/16 x 10 7/16 in.)

Accession Number

69.95

Medium or Technique

Hand-colored lithograph

Not On View

Collections

Europe, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Prints

Three Chrysanthemums (From Flora’s Gems; or The Treasures of the Parterre. Twelve bouquets drawn and coloured from nature by James Andrews. With Poetical Illustrations by Louisa Anne Twamley, author of “The Romance of Nature.” London. (nd) [About 1830]

Provenance

Elita R. Dike, Brookline; to her spouse George P. Dike, Brookline; bequest to MFA May 14, 1969

Credit Line

Bequest of George P. Dike—Elita R. Dike Collection