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Nature-printed British ferns
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Neither The Phytologist nor the early books on British Ferns make much mention of variation within the species until the s but then varieties became the new thing to look for. The first major publication covering varieties in detail was Nature-printed British Ferns by Thomas Moore (), produced in folio and octavo editions. A large. Irving Zucker Art Books was established in , initially catering to advertising artists, typographers, universities, public and private libraries and of course, private collectors. In the late s, Irving Zucker expanded the rare book business to include modern master illustrated books by artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Miro, Chagall, Braque, Rouault, Leger and more.
Design is fine. History is mine. British Books Victorian Books Title Page Nature Prints Book Images Antique Prints Botanical Illustration Natural History Botany. Moore, Thomas: The octavo nature-printed British ferns: being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties found in the United Kingdom pins. The Nature-printed British ferns, 2 vol., ; and others (15) Sold for £ (US$ ) inc. premium Books, Maps and Manuscripts. 24 Mar , GMT Oxford MOORE (THOMAS) The Nature-printed British ferns, 2 vol., 2 nature-printed titles, nature-printed plates.
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Excerpt: Nephrodium Patentissimum, Strachey fc Winterbottom, Hb.
Himal. Nephrodium Filix-mas, v. paleaceum, Hooker, Fil. Exot. t Author: Thomas Moore. Thomas Moore, the author of The Octavo Nature-printed British Ferns, was a fern lover who made a special study of ferns, Nature-printed British ferns book as curator of the Chelsea Physic Garden in London he increased the number of fern species grown there.
This first octavo edition of Nature-Printed British Ferns offers beautiful plates of brightly colored ferns in images elegantly displayed on the page. This impressive work brings together the pioneering artistry of Henry Bradbury and the informative text of Thomas Moore, who, as “a gardener and writer on horticulture, became curator of the Chelsea Physic Garden in The octavo nature-printed British ferns: being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties of ferns found in the United Kingdom / By Moore, Thomas, The octavo nature-printed British ferns: being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties of ferns found in the United Kingdom by Moore, Thomas, Following publication of the original folio edition (), Moore also provided the text for the smaller-sized and more affordable edition, Octavo Nature-Printed British Ferns, first published This smaller edition showed different species from the larger ones in the original folio edition.
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The octavo nature-printed British ferns: Being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties of ferns found in the United Kingdom.
In two volumes. Moore, Thomas. British Pteridological Society The history of the discovery of Britain's ferns, clubmosses, quillworts & horsetails: Fern Books: Nigel Hall & Martin Rickard: British Pteridological Society A bibliography of all the books on ferns published in English before More specialist books: A Natural History of Ferns: Robbin C Moran.
This book gives the reader an introduction to the reasons for the variety of ferns in the British Isles, as well as the history of their development within this landscape and their use by man. Taking each major habitat, Dr Page details which species of ferns are most likely to be encountered and why.
The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland was a book published in that featured 51 plates of nature printing by Henry Bradbury. Get this from a library. Nature-printed British ferns: being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties of ferns found in the United Kingdom.
[Thomas Moore]. Bradbury is known for his book The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland with author Thomas Moore and editor John Lindley published in It used the innovative technique of nature printing invented by Alois Auer and Andreas Worring in and improved by Bradbury.
George Schneider’s Book of Choice Ferns for the Garden Conservatory and Stove, published in three volumes inwas just one example of a genre that developed from this time.
Earlier, inThomas Moore had published Nature-printed British Ferns, probably the most accomplished example of nature printing ever to appear. The octavo nature-printed British ferns: being figures and descriptions of the species and varieties of ferns found in the United Kingdom.
and is not reflective of the actual printing or publishing date, cf. Freeman, R.B., British natural history books,no.and Nissen, Claus, Die botanische buchillustration, no. Used Book Availability: In stock The Octavo Nature-Printed British Ferns: Being Figures and Descriptions of the Species and Varieties of Ferns Found in the United Kingdom.
Nature printing uses natural things such as ferns and seaweed to make the prints. It differs from most other printing methods as it used the object itself.
“This comprehensive reference book, containing details on almost 1, ferns, is guaranteed to send committed ‘pteridophiles’ into raptures. Add more than enticing images, which often illustrate pleasing associations with other garden plants, or specimens in their native habitat, and the euphoria could easily spread to other gardeners.”Cited by: 8.
Buy Nature-Printed British Ferns Volume 1 by Thomas Moore (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas Moore. The original octavo editions of The Nature-printed British Ferns and The Nature-Printed British Sea-Weeds can be consulted by patrons of the Free Library of Philadelphia and they are best experienced in person.Henry Bradbury (), who printed this The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland, was among the foremost 19th-century practitioners of nature-printing.
The son of William Bradbury, the founder of the publishing house Bradbury & Evans, Henry studied at the Imperial Printing Office in Vienna, directed by Alois Auer, who had improved upon existing nature-printing techniques inintroducing an .