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Fuchs in 1541, geschilderd door Heinrich Füllmaurer

Fuchs drew over 500 plants, 400 german ones and 100 foreign. Fuchs created the first botanical vocabulary. He inspired more interest in nature.

Witch's Garden, Botanical Illustration, Art Journals, Botanical Prints, Occult, Witchcraft, Folklore, Medieval, Roots

Marianne North prolific botanical painter resulting in the Marianne North Gallery in Kew Gardens, which remains the only permanent Gallery devoted to a woman artist in Britain

Marianne North, prolific botanical painter and explorer. Resulted in the Marianne North Gallery in Kew Gardens, which remains the only permanent Gallery devoted to a woman artist in Britain

Leonhart Fuchs

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(Ghzgt. Baden) TREYBERGER VOLKSTRACHT - Triberg im Schwarzwald – Wikipedia

(Ghzgt. Baden) TREYBERGER VOLKSTRACHT - Triberg im Schwarzwald – Wikipedia

Flowers made from dip dyed paper cones + cups

Floral Alternatives

From an Anthropologie window display in San Francisco - flowers made from dip dyed paper cones + cups

Leonhart Fuchs

Leonhart Fuchs

Decoding a da Vinci masterpiece: Behind the secret symbols of The Lady With An Ermine    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2059167/Leonardo-da-Vincis-The-Lady-Ermine-Decoding-secret-symbols.html#ixzz2F79zzFvg

[expo] Leonardo da Vinci

(Italy) Decoding a Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece. Behind the secret symbols of The Lady with an Ermine.

William The Conquerer. Duke of Normandy and for his time one seriously awesome guy. William contribution to military planning and strategy would we shape the not only war fare but also the geopolitical face of Europe forever.

William the Conqueror. Not a very nice guy, according to historical accounts, but an important figure in that history. I can trace my ancestry directly back to him!

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