Framed Vanda Teres Andersonii Orchid Print
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Native to northeastern India, Vanda Teres Andersonii orchids were featured on plate 475 of The Orchid Album. Co-written by British botanist Robert Warner, illustrated by John Nugent Fitch, and published in London in 1893, this periodical set the standard for orchid description and illustration in the late 19th century when orchid mania was at its height. This beautiful Framed Vanda Teres Andersonii Orchid Print is an archival giclée reproduction of that striking Vanda Teres Andersonii plate. Conservation-quality double matting, wood frame and glass front. Full story on back. Wire hanging hardware included. Made in the U.S.A. 25.25"h. x 21.5"w. x 1.25"d.
Our Smithsonian Orchid Collection—cultivated in our Smithsonian Gardens Greenhouse Facility—nurtures more than 8,000 orchid specimens, including species from Africa, Asia, and Australia, as well as from the Americas. Original books by British botanist Robert Warner as well as some reproductions are catalogued by our Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
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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