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1879 v.4 - Familiar wild flowers figured and described by F. Edward Hulme - By Frederick Edward Hulme, 1841-1909 - via BHL

1879 v.4 - Familiar wild flowers figured and described by F. Edward Hulme - By Frederick Edward Hulme, 1841-1909 - via BHL

Common Poppy. Plate from ‘Familiar Wild Flowers’ by F. Edward Hulme. Published 1878 by Cassell, Petter & Galpin. archive.org 853 x 1387

Common Poppy. Plate from ‘Familiar Wild Flowers’ by F. Edward Hulme. Published 1878 by Cassell, Petter & Galpin. archive.org 853 x 1387

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

This beautiful original antique print originally came from a book that was published in c.1902 called “Familiar Wild Flowers”. The illustration was drawn by Professor Frederick Edward Hulme (1841–1909) who trained at the Royal School of Art, and in 1886 became Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at Kings College, London. A keen amateur botanist, he was elected a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in 1869. Familiar Wild Flowers was his most famous work. The Victorian printing method…

Familiar wild flowers figured and described. London,Cassell and company, limited,[1878-. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/17796303

Familiar wild flowers figured and described. London,Cassell and company, limited,[1878-. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/17796303

Familiar garden flowers, figured Hibberd, Shirley, 1825-1890 -  Hulme, F. Edward (Frederick Edward), 1841-1909

Familiar garden flowers, figured Hibberd, Shirley, 1825-1890 - Hulme, F. Edward (Frederick Edward), 1841-1909

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