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Euphorie der Blüten - Nicht nur im Namen der Rosen – die schönsten Aquarelle von Redouté

Euphorie der Blüten

Nicht nur im Namen der Rosen – die schönsten Aquarelle von Redouté

XXL

Pierre-Joseph Redouté. Auslese der schönsten Blumen

US$ 150
Mehrsprachige Ausgabe:
Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch
Verfügbarkeit: August 2018
  • “Meravigliosa magia dei libri, hai colpito ancora! Se volete dirlo con i fiori, beh… stavolta ditelo con un libro. Non ve ne pentirete.”

    — Domenica – Il Sole 24 Ore, Milano
  • “…not just a ‘coffee-table’ book but a useful tool for scholars.”

    — Historical Gardens Review, London
  • „Es ist einfach wunderbar, ein 4 kg schweres Buch im Großformat in die Hand zu nehmen – leinengebunden, handwerklich sauber gemacht – und über das strukturierte, voluminöse Papier zu streichen und es beim Umblättern zu spüren… Ein historisches Prachtwerk in einer heutigen Prachtausgabe.“

    — Grüner Anzeiger, Hamburg
  • “If like me, you’ve been a lifelong lover of flowers, you will love to lose yourself in the pages of this beautiful book…this is quite simply one of the most beautiful flower books that we have ever seen… We love the tactile nature of this book. The weight, size and quality of the paper brings to life this wonderful collection of drawings, originally published between 1827 and 1833. The pages reveal a quality, precision and appreciation of flowers that illustrate the love and passion of Redouté… Informative, delightful and beautifully presented, we’ll keep a copy at the McQueens Flower school library to be enjoyed by our students from near and far – but I’ll still have to have my own copy to cherish at home!”

    — McQueens Founder Kally Ellis, London
  • “…If you can’t make it to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, this is a brilliant alternative – minus the crowds.”

    — The Lady, London
  • “…a gorgeous compendium work from TASCHEN. Detailing the rise of Redouté and flower painting in general, and the importance of botanical records for both science and personal prestige, it is a marvellous wander through the species that were flooding into Paris at the time, plucked both from nearby French meadows and far-flung hillsides in Greece, China and South America.”

    — AnOther Magazine, London