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A Red Clover and a Field Scabious  Object: Watercolour  Place of origin: France (painted)  Date: ca.1575 (painted)  Artist/Maker: Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, born 1533 - died 1588 (artist)  Materials and Techniques: Watercolour and bodycolour  Museum number: AM.3267HH-1856

Field Scabious (painted) Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques - Watercolour and bodycolour. This drawing belongs to an album of 59 botanical watercolours on paper attributed to the Huguenot artist Jacques Lemoyne de Morgues

PURE LINEN: Source of Linen

Botanical drawing of parts of the common flax (L.usitatissimum), the bast fibre of which is used to produce linen and the seeds to produce linseed oil.

Michael Valentini - Viridarium Reformatum, seu Regnum Vegetabile: Krauter Buch (Newly Revised Garden of the Plant Kingdom: Herb Book), 1719 - Tab. CLXIII: Narcissus albus oblongo calice, Narcissus albus fimbria lutea, Narcissus luteus repens, Narcissus angustifolius albus calice et longo flores reflexo, Narcissus montanus Juncifolius calice flavo, Narcissus montanus Juncifolius alter flore fimbriato, Narcissus montanus albus minimus.

Matthaeus Merian - Narcissus varieties - From Viridarium Reformatum, seu Regnum Vegetabile (Newly Revised Garden of the Plant Kingdom) by Michael Bernhard Valentini - 1719