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Hyacinths, Plate 42 in Robert John Thornton, Temple of Flora, (1807).

Temple of Flora was a collection compiled by botanist Robert John Thornton between 1799-1810. The original artwork was created by mixed method engraving, it was then printed in colour and finished by hand. 

 Artist: T. Edwards.
Engraver: Warner
Location: Third part of Thornton's New illustration of the sexual system of Carolus von Linnaeus. Entry 2827a: 68 in the RBGE Catalogue of Diagrams, 1904.

© Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh


Unframed Prints

Small: 30 x 40cm

Medium: 45 x 60cm

Large: 60 x 80cm

Framed Prints

Small: 34 x 42cm

Medium: 47 x 62cm

Large: 62 x 82cm


Printed on demand in the UK by King & McGaw

  • Paper: Smooth fine art paper
  • Mount: Recycled craft grey-board. Fully recyclable
  • Frame: Timber

The frames are hand-finished timber rather than plastic or MDF, with the wood coming from sustainably managed forests in temperate climates.

Any offcuts from the manufacturing process including, timber, card, acrylic glazing are used to create smaller pieces of artwork across a multitude of cultural institutions.

All frames are packaged with recycled card corners, and everything leaves the workshop in Sussex in recyclable cardboard boxes.

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