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New Eyes for Plants A Workbook for Observing and Drawing Plants

Handbook / Manual
By: Margaret Colquhoun and Axel Ewald
198 pages, B/w illus
Publisher: Hawthorn Press
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About this book

This book embodies a different way of seeing and appreciating nature. Detailed scientific facts are closely interwoven with artistic observation as the authors pose, and then answer, the question of how we develop a way of perceiving and thinking which will do justice to life processes.

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A question of life - or not; beginnings or ends; plant becoming; springing into Summer; the flowering of Summer; Autumn fruits; new eyes for plants.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Margaret Colquhoun and Axel Ewald
198 pages, B/w illus
Publisher: Hawthorn Press
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