‘Dahlia double’ by Redouté

‘Dahlia double’ by Redouté

Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759 – 1840) is probably the best known flower painter of all time, living and working in Paris during the age of the Enlightenment, at a time when the city was the scientific, philosophical and cultural centre of Europe.Illustration - ‘Dahlia double’ by Pierre-Joseph Redouté from Choix des plus belles fleurs.

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