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Wild flowers : facsimiles of water colors / by Ellis Rowan
Bib ID 6328298
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Rowan, Ellis, 1848-1922, artist
 
Description New York : Frederick A. Stokes Company, [1899] 
©1899 
23 unnumbered leaves of plates : chiefly colour illustrations ; 38 cm 
Notes

Printed in green ink.

Library's SR copy from the Library of Baroness Maie Casey, Ellis Rowan's direct descendant, with her signature on the front free endpaper.

Subjects Rowan, Ellis, - 1848-1922.  |  Wild flowers - Pictorial works.  |  Wild flowers in art.  |  Flowers - Pictorial works.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Casey, Maie, former owner
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Wild flowers : facsimiles of water colours

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