Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art
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Florilegium, literally a gathering of flowers, was first used to describe a publication that focused on the beauty of plants, rather than their medicinal value.
In this beautiful exhibition, you'll learn more about Kew's connection with Australia through 89 works of art on plants growing in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney and the surrounding area.
On display are the works of 64 Australian and international artists. It illustrates the richness and diversity of plants grown by the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust.
This is one of three exhibitions on Australian flora being held in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art.
This beautiful book is a celebration of 200 years of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, showcasing the botanical richness of these Gardens through the eyes of 64 exceptional Australian and international botanical artists.
This is the first full-colour publication of some of the most extraordinary botanical prints of the 18th century. Banks’ Florilegium is not only a great scientific record, but also a major achievement of collaborative Enlightenment art, and a work of botanical illustration of outstanding beauty.
Botanicum is a stunning new book celebrating the plant kingdom in all its glory. Through captivating and beautiful illustrations by artist Katie Scott and with text by Kew’s Director of Science Kathy Willis, this stunning book brings the plant world to life.