The Botanical Gallery

Limited edition prints and paintings by a selection of contemporary botanical artists and fine reprints of antique botanical art. We deliver to the UK, the USA and Worldwide.

Bryan Poole

Bryan Poole's meticulous botanical etchings have been collected internationally by clients including The British Homeopathic Journal, The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), The Natural History Museum, and the McMillan Press Publications for the Royal Horticultural Society. 

"Bryan Poole ...has the gift to be able to combine traditional methods of illustration and reproduction with a very modern approach to botanical art and design..." Dr Christopher Grey-Wilson

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Mia Tarney

Large-scale giclee prints, signed and numbered, of botanical subjects.  Stunning, powerful depictions of Peony, Cherry Blossom,  Ranunculus, Amaryllis, Tulip and Hydrangea.

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Basilius Besler (1561-1629)

Open edition archival prints by the from the seminal Hortus Eystettensis. Superb full-scale reprints.

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Clarence Bicknell - The Casa Fontanalba Visitors' Book

A set of prints of wild flower watercolours, taken from the Casa Fontanalba Visitors’ Book of 1906.

Each print is signed in aid of The Woodland Trust by its president Clive Anderson, or by the playwright Alan Aykbourn, or by the noveluist Frederick Forsyth, or by the singer and songwriter Chris de Burgh.

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Henri du Monceau, 1768

Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau (20 July 1700, Paris – 13 August 1782, Paris), was a French physician, naval engineer and botanist. His classic studies of fruits are here reproduced to the highest standard

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James Audubon

Wonderful goutelette prints from The Birds of America (1827–1839), considered one of the finest ornithological works ever completed.

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Georg Dionys Ehret (1708-1770)

Open edition goutelette prints and lithographs taken from originals by one of the most influential European botanical artists of all time. 

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Johann Wilhelm Weinmann

A beautiful set of Carnations - reproduction prints from Weinmann's (1638-1741) classic Phytanthoza Iconographia, a four-volume work published by Lenz in Regensburg. 

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John Hill

Hand-coloured lithographs taken from Hill's his illustrated botanical compendiumThe Vegetable System.

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