James Andrews (botanical artist)

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Kniphofia uvaria L.
The Illustrated Bouquet
Flora's Gems

James Andrews (1801–1876) was an English botanical artist noted for his accomplished illustrations. He also taught flower-painting to young ladies.He created the illustrations for the famous nature writer Sarah Bowdich Lee's 1854 book Trees, Plants, and Flowers: Therir Beauties, Uses, and Influences.

Publications[edit]

  • Flora's Gems with Louisa Anne Twamley
  • Floral Tableaux Folio, 14.75 x 10.75 inches. David Bogue. 1847. Printed by C. Graf.
  • Ornamental Foliated Plants, London: [E.G. Henderson & Son, 1857-1859]. Zincographs by C.T. Rosenberg, coloured by hand, printed by C.F. Cheffins & Sons.
  • The Illustrated Bouquet, London 1857-64. Three volumes, folio, 14.75 x 10.75 inches. 84 hand-coloured engravings by James Andrews and C.T. Rosenberg, after the art work of Miss Sowerby, Mrs Withers, and James Edwards. Published by Edward George Henderson and Andrew Henderson.

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