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QUEEN GUINEVERE, 1923.
Queen Guinevere Goes A-Maying. Illustration by Louis Rhead (1857-1926) for 'The Story of King Arthur and His Knights' by Sir James Thomas Knowles, 1923.
THE GARDENER, 1550.
Woodcut, German, c1550.
STEPHENS: CHILDREN, c1913.
'Group of children in my garden at Rose Valley.' Watercolor and charcoal by Alice Barber Stephens, c1913.
BARTRAM: ANNONA PYGMEA.
Copper engraving from William Bartram's 'Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida,....' 1791.
MONET: PLUM TREES, 1879.
'Flowering Plum Trees.' Oil on canvas, Claude Monet, 1879.
BARTRAM: GRANDIFLORA, 1791.
Anona Grandiflora. Copper engraving from William Bartram's 'Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida,....' 1791.
JAPAN: BEPPU, 2013.
Lake and cherry blossoms in the hot springs of the resort city of Beppu, Japan. Photograph, 26 March 2013. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Boness/IPON / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
Africa, Zanzibar, carnation tree, date unknown.
APPLE HARVEST, 1882.
Wood engraving, American, 1882, after a drawing by Emily L. Phillips.
MONK GATHERING FLOWERS.
Woodcut from 'Fior de Virtú,' Venice, Italy, 1493.
A male Blackburnian Warbler (Setophaga fusca, formerly Dendroica fusca), after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
VAN GOGH: ALMOND BLOSSOM.
Branch of an Almond Tree in Blossom. Oil on canvas, Vincent van Gogh, 1890.
Detail from 'Five Colored Parakeet on Blossoming Apricot Tree,' a painted silk handscroll by Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, c1115.
ECHO AND NARCISSUS.
Oil on canvas, c1628-30, by Nicolas Poussin.
Emperor of Japan, 1926-1989. The emperor admiring cherry blossoms in the garden of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on his 60th birthday, 29 April 1961.
BALSAM OF PERU, c1825.
Flowers and fruit of the Myroxylon balsamum tree, the resin of which is used for producing balsam of Peru. French botanical print by Pierre Turpin, 1816-1829.
BOTANY: ROSE, 1633.
Woodcut from Thomas Johnson's edition, 1633, of John Gerard's 'Herball,' first published in London, England, in 1597.
MONET: LILACS, c1873.
'Rest under the Lilacs.' Oil on canvas by Claude Monet, c1873.
OVID (43 B.C.-c17 A.D.).
Roman poet. Ovid discoursing on the art of love. Illumination from a Flemish manuscript of Ovid's 'Ars Amatoria,' 1497.
THOMAS JEFFERSON MEMORIAL.
Neoclassical monument on the Tidal Basin designed by John Russell Pope, authorized by Congress in 1934, and dedicated in 1943. Photograph, 20th century, Washington, D.C.
MONK PICKING BLOSSOMS
from a tree. Woodcut from 'Fior de Virtú', Venice, 1493.
Three men dance holding flowering branches. The spirals indicate their singing. Detail from the fresco mural painting 'The Earthly Paradise of Tlaloc,' at the Palace of Tepantitla, Teotihuacán, Mexico, 350-650 A.D.
KYOTO: IMPERIAL PALACE.
Shishinden (Ceremonial Hall) at the old Imperial Palace in Kyoto, Japan. This building dates to 1855. Photograph, c1975.
A young Magnolia Warbler (Setophaga magnolia, formerly Dendroica maganolia). Engraving after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
Male (top) and female Common Yellowthroats (Geothlypis trichas). Engraving after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-38.
A view of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Photograph by A.J. Russell, 1862.
(Mimus polyglottos). Lithograph, 1858, by Julius Bien after John James Audubon.
Bachman's Warbler (Vermivora bachmanii), after John James Audubon for his 'Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
JAPAN: EDO, c1875.
Western-style architecture and costume in Edo, Japan. Woodblock print, c1875, by Ando Hiroshige.
Tennis game, 1909, print. England, 20th century. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Detail from the frescoes by Carlo Maratta (1625-1713) and Ciro Ferri (1634-1689) in the Spring Hall at Villa Falconieri La Rufina, Frascati. Italy, 17th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. De Gregorio / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
TENNESSEE: TREE, 1915.
A chestnut tree in bloom in Roane County, Tennessee. Photograph, 1915.
Mourning Dove (Zenaida macroura), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
JAPAN: JESUIT CHURCH.
Japanese fan, late 16th century or early 17th century, decorated with a painting by Kano Motohide of a Jesuit church, probably at Kobe.
CHINA: WINE CUP.
Porcelain wine cup with floral design. K'ang Hsi period, Ching Dynasty, 1661-1722.
A sprig of blue cohosh plant berries and blossoms. Mary E. Eaton.
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, USA.
Henry Ford, Edsel Ford and wives at their winter home in Fort Myers. Clifton R. Adams.
GERMANY: COLOGNE, c1915.
The Deutscher Ring in Cologne, Germany. Illustration, c1915.
SOUTH CAROLINA: OAK TREE.
Live oak tree with Spanish moss at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, South Carolina. Photograph, c1895.
MEMORIAL DAY, 1868.
Decorating Civil War soldiers' graves in Cypress Hills Cemetery, near Brooklyn, New York, on the first Memorial (Decoration) Day, 30 May 1868. Contemporary American wood engraving after a drawing by Stanley Fox.
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