Art prints & frames, handmade in England

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This high quality print is based on an illustration of Chrysanthemum Indicum (Chrysanthemum morifolium), published in Curtis's Botanical Magazine in 1796. The magazine notes that 'this magnificent species of Chrysanthemum, which we have hitherto seen only in the collection of Mr Convill, Nurseryman, Kings Road, Chelsea, began to flower with him early in November'.


Expertly printed in our Sussex studios, this print is produced to exacting museum conservation standards using inks and papers developed to create a perfect reproduction.

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