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Bowles's florist : containing sixty plates of beautiful flowers, regularly disposed in their succession of blowing : to which is added an accurate description of their colours with instructions for drawing and painting them according to nature : being a new work intended for the use and amusement of gentlemen and ladies delighting in that art

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Bowles, Carrington, 1724-1793
Bowles's florist : containing sixty plates of beautiful flowers, regularly disposed in their succession of blowing : to which is added an accurate description of their colours with instructions for drawing and painting them according to nature : being a new work intended for the use and amusement of gentlemen and ladies delighting in that art
London, England: Carrington Bowles, 1777
20 p., 60 leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Bowles's florist : containing sixty plates of beautiful flowers, regularly disposed in their succession of blowing, to which is added, an accurate description of their colours, with instructions for drawing and painting them according to nature, being a new work intended for the use and amusement of gentlemen and ladies delighting in that art

Introduction, pp. 3-4

Colouring, pp. 5-6

Instructions for colouring, pp. 7-20

Hyacinth, pp. Plate 1 ff.

Cyclamen, pp. Plate 2 ff.

Crowfoot, pp. Plate 3 ff.

Hen and chicken daisey, pp. Plate 4 ff.

Colichicum, pp. Plate 5 ff.

Mezereon, pp. Plate 6 ff.

Almond blossom, pp. Plate 7 ff.

Hypatica, pp. Plate 8 ff.

Crocus, pp. Plate 9 ff.

Snow-drop, pp. Plate 10 ff.

Pasque flower, pp. Plate 11 ff.

Double daffodil, pp. Plate 12 ff.

Single anemone, pp. Plate 13 ff.

Futillaria, pp. Plate 14 ff.

Violets, pp. Plate 15 ff.

Crown imperial, pp. Plate 16 ff.

Anemone, pp. Plate 17 ff.

Lilly of the valley, pp. Plate 18 ff.

Daffodil single, pp. Plate 19 ff.

Hyacinth double, pp. Plate 20 ff.

Guelder rose, pp. Plate 21 ff.

Jonquil, double and single, pp. Plate 22 ff.

Auricula, pp. Plate 23 ff.

Ranunculus, pp. Plate 24 ff.

Tulip, pp. Plate 25 ff.

Mountain lilly, pp. Plate 26 ff.

Jasmine, pp. Plate 27 ff.

Rose, pp. Plate 28 ff.

Iris, pp. Plate 29 ff.

Narcissus, pp. Plate 30 ff.

Poppy, pp. Plate 31 ff.

Geranium, pp. Plate 32 ff.

Carnation, pp. Plate 33 ff.

Piony, pp. Plate 34 ff.

Fox glove, pp. Plate 35 ff.

Sun flower, pp. Plate 36 ff.

Lilly , pp. Plate 37 ff.

Double stock, pp. Plate 38 ff.

Convolvulus, pp. Plate 39 ff.

Holly hock, pp. Plate 40 ff.

Alth├Ža frutex, pp. Plate 41 ff.

Double lark spur, pp. Plate 42 ff.

African marygold, pp. Plate 43 ff.

Balsum, pp. Plate 44 ff.

Passion flower, pp. Plate 45 ff.

Double aster, pp. Plate 46 ff.

Honey-suckle, pp. Plate 47 ff.

Nasturtian, pp. Plate 48 ff.

Hearts ease, pp. Plate 49 ff.

Guernsey lilly, pp. Plate 50 ff.

Arssmart or persicaria, pp. Plate 51 ff.

French mary gold, pp. Plate 52 ff.

Lychnid├Ža, pp. Plate 53 ff.

Double cresses, pp. Plate 54 ff.

St John's wort, pp. Plate 55 ff.

Polianthus, pp. Plate 56 ff.

Wall flower, pp. Plate 57 ff.

Aconite, pp. Plate 58 ff.

Laurelstina, pp. Plate 59 ff.

Ellebore, pp. Plate 60 ff.

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