Notecard pack - Meadow Flowers. Cover image - Flowers of the Field by Mary Forbes. From the Broughton collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.co.uk
Notecard - Ranunculus, pelargonium and wild geranium by Henriette Geertruida Knip. From the Broughton collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.co.uk
Notecard - Two geraniums by Georg Dionysius Ehret. From the Broughton collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.co.uk
Notecard - Lathyrus nissolia, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, Linum perenne, Lysimachia nemorum by Georg Dionysius Ehret. From the Broughton collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.co.uk
Notecard - Anonis or Rest Harrow (Crotalaria) by Georg Dionysius Ehret. From the Broughton collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.co.uk

Meadow Flowers - Notecard pack

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Botanical art from the Broughton Collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.

A selection of 18th century works of art from the Broughton bequest, featuring a colourful and diverse array of flora typically found in meadowland wildflower habitats. This set of cards beautifully captures both the fine quality of the works from the Broughton collection and the charming and unfettered nature of the countryside, and is sure to appeal to lovers of nature and all things wild. The following studies are included in the pack: 

Mary Forbes (née Capell), Flowers of the Field (cover image)

Henriette Geertruida Knip, Ranunculus, pelargonium and wild geranium

Georg Dionysius Ehret, Two GeraniumsLathyrus nissolia, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, Linum perenne, Lysimachia nemorum; and Anonis or Rest Harrow (Crotalaira)

Product details: 
  • Notecard pack
  • 10 greetings cards, 2 each of 5 designs, with envelopes
  • Card size: 9 x 14cm
  • Blank inside
  • Printed in the UK on carbon balanced paper through the World Land Trust

Dedicated to financially supporting the University of Cambridge Museums, Collections and Botanic Gardens