Reference numberMS/131/9
TitleBotanical studies of oat and meadow grasses by Richard Waller
DescriptionIllustrations of British grasses and wild flowers. Paintings (numbered 12-13) of Gramen paniculatum bromoides minus paniculis (small panicled oat grass) and Gramen pratense panicula fere arundinacea (meadow grass with reed-like panicle) with flower details. Referring to John Ray's Historia Plantarum no.13 p 189 and no.10 p.189. Inscribed lower right 'Ric.:Waller pinx.'
Extent1 item
Physical descriptionWatercolour and pencil on paper
Dimensions387 x 246mm.
Access statusOpen
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