By: Nicolas Barker and Gerard G Aymonin
64 pages, 27 col plates
Originally published in 1613 by botanist-apothecary Basilius Besler, the monumental book known as the Hortus Eystettensis was, and is, the greatest botanical illustrated book ever created. Here are 27 full-colour prints, including images of tulips, irises, roses, lemons and artichokes.
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