Framed Edwards Narcissi Amancaes Print
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This beautiful Framed Edwards Narcissi Amancaes Print is an archival giclée reproduction of the Sydenham Teast Edwards’ engraved and hand-colored illustration—commissioned by Curtis’s Botanical Magazine and published by them in 1809. Narcissi Amancaes are native to Peru where they are famous for their abundant growth on the banks of Lima’s Rimac River. This Framed Edwards Narcissi Amancaes Print features conservation-quality double matting, wood frame and glass front. Full story on back. Wire hanging hardware included. Made in the U.S.A. 25.75"h. x 19.875"w. x 1.25"d.
Not only are narcissi cultivated in our Mary Livingston Ripley and Heirloom Gardens, but numerous narcissi specimens are curated by the Botany Department of our National Museum of Natural History. Additionally, a number of photographs of blooming narcissi are included in our Archives of American Gardens.
Every Smithsonian purchase will arrive with a museum provenance card explaining how it is adapted from or inspired by an object or objects in our collection.
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