Botanical illustration. Beatrix Potter, Foxglove, about 1903

Beatrix Potter: Botanical Illustrations, V Digitalis.(foxglove) a favorite that won't grow well in my shady garden. Someday sans a tree.ONE OF MY FAVORITE FLOWERS.

Beatrix Potter

Frontispiece: The Tailor Mouse, From Illustrations for The Tailor of Gloucester, Helen Beatrix Potter. Ink, watercolour and gouache on paper. The illustrations for The Tailor of.

beatrix potter study of bees

Study of bees and other insects Beatrix Potter, ‘Studies of bees and other insects’. © Frederick Warne & Co. 2006 Sorting out similarities and differences. Why has Beatrix Potter lined up these insects?

This is an image of Beatrix Potters watercolour titled Three spined and ten spined sticklebacks or Gastroteus aculeatus and gastroteus pungitius, Armitt Library

Beatrix Potters watercolour titled Three spined and ten spined sticklebacks or Gastroteus aculeatus and gastroteus pungitius, Armitt Library

Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter Raritie - Spectacled Mouse Reading Newspaper Previously unknown drawing dating from the first year of Potter's association with Hildesheimer & Faulkner greeting card manufacturers

beatrix potter

thebeldam: “ The Rabbits’ Christmas Party - The Arrival - Beatrix Potter The first of a series of six watercolour sketches from among Potter’s finest work. This particular illustration -.

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