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Les orchidées : 6 planches /

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Genève :Damond & Coulin Editeurs à Genève,[ca. 1890].

Edition

1. série.

Subjects

1890 , Chromolithographs , Geneva , Lithographs , Orchids , Pictorial works , Switzerland

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.125491

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Title

Les orchidées : 6 planches /

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Vouga, Émilie Pradès, 1840-1909

Damond & Coulin, , publisher
Lithographie Coopérative Zürich, , lithographer

Genre

Book

Material Type

Visual resource

Publication info

Genève :Damond & Coulin Editeurs à Genève,[ca. 1890].

Edition

1. série.

Notes:

Title and imprint from cover.

Issued without text.

Six loose late 19th-century chromolithographic prints of orchid paintings by the Swiss botanical artist, Émilie Vouga, lithographed by Lithographie Coopérative Zürich, and published by Damond & Coulin in Geneva, probably around 1890. The six numbered plates, printed on heavy paper, depict various orchid species, in a delicately shaded and detailed style. The orchids are painted in shades of green, brown, pink, red, yellow, and white, on an olive green background, and printed flush to the edge, with no margins.

Contents: No. 1. Laelia crispa, Reichb. f. (Brésil) -- [no.] 2. Vanda tricolor, (Var: suavis), Lindl. (Java) -- [no.] 3. Stanhopea guttulata, Lindl. (Amérique-Méridionale) -- [no.] 4. Coelogyne speciosa, Lindl. (Java); Epidendrum ciliare, Lindl. (Indes-Occidentales) -- [no.] 5. Epidendrum cochleatum, L. (Jamaïque); Dendrobium densiflorum, Wall. (Indes-Orientales); Coelogyne cristata, L. (Indes-Orientales) -- [no.] 6. Stanhopea tigrina, Batem. (Mexique).

Mass. Horticultural Society. Dict. cat., | vol. 3, p. 592

Burrage, A.C. Cat, | p. 91

Acquired by the Chicago Botanic Garden from the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in November 2002.

Subjects

1890 , Chromolithographs , Geneva , Lithographs , Orchids , Pictorial works , Switzerland

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SB409.3 .V68

Language

French

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OCLC: 43112775

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.125491

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copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.},
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publisher = {Genève :Damond & Coulin Editeurs à Genève,},
author = {Vouga, Émilie Pradès, and Damond & Coulin, and Lithographie Coopérative Zürich,},
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