Watercolours from a 16th-Century De Materia Medica | The Public Domain Review

Iris Wonderful full-page watercolour illustrations from a edition of Pedanius Dioscorides's work on herbal medicine, De Materia Medica.

Paeonia mascula, from De Materia Medica, a work on herbal medicine by Pedanius Dioscorides, 16th century edition. It depicts a wide range of plants against a backdrop of landscapes, often featuring populated scenes. Watercolour

Paeonia mascula, from De Materia Medica, a work on herbal medicine by Pedanius Dioscorides, century edition. It depicts a wide range of plants against a backdrop of landscapes, often featuring populated scenes.

Additional 22332  Author	Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo Title	Extracts from an edition of Dioscorides' 'De re medica', Origin	Italy Date	c. 1564-1584 Language	Italian  http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=262&CollID=27&NStart=22332

Author Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena assembled & illustrated by Gherardo Cibo Extracts from an edition of Dioscorides' 'De re medica'

Gladiolus Italicus - Watercolours from a 16th-Century De Materia Medica | The Public Domain Review

Watercolours from a 16th-Century De Materia Medica

edition of Pedanius Dioscorides’s work on herbal medicine, De Materia Medica (Dioscorides ca. AD) by pietro andrea mattioli, describing 100 new plants, illustrations dated between by artist Gherardo Cibo.

Daffodils and a Red Admiral Butterfly, by Huguenot artist Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues (France, 1533–1588), from an album of 59 watercolours of flowers, fruits, butterflies and moths, ca.1575. Watercolour and bodycolour

Daffodils and a Red Admiral Butterfly Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, 1533 - 1588 One of the butterflies Glanville collected

From Dioscorides’ ‘De re medica’, by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo—ca. 1564-1584.

“Full page botanical painting of Galanthus (Snowdrop) on the right and a blue-flowering bulb, probably Ipheion on the left, with a botanist and a young man gathering plants on a mountain top.

Full page botanical painting of Poligonum aviculare, labelled 'Poligono maschio Sanguinaria Seminale Coregiola centonodi' (common Knotgrass) with a man in classical robes sitting against a tree, sketching in the foreground and a mountainous landscape behind.   Dioscorides’ ‘De re medica’, by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo—ca. 1564-1584.

Poligonum aviculare from materia medica, c

De re medica - flowers.

Gherardo Cibo - Gladiolus Italicus from De Materia Medica by Pedanius Dioscorides -

These illustrations, found in Mattioli’s version of the book, are dated between 1564–1584 and are the creation of the Italian artist and botanist Gherardo Cibo (1512–1600). Watercolours from a 16th-Century De Materia Medica | The Public Domain Review

Watercolours from a 16th-Century De Materia Medica

Callystegia soldanella Wonderful full-page watercolour illustrations from a edition of Pedanius Dioscorides's work on herbal medicine, De Materia Medica.

Additional 22332  Author	Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo Title	Extracts from an edition of Dioscorides' 'De re medica', Origin	Italy Date	c. 1564-1584 Language	Italian  http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=262&CollID=27&NStart=22332

British Library ms Additional 22332 f. 95 Italy 1580 ca - Helleboris viridis

Viola odorata, from De Materia Medica

Viola odorata, from De Materia Medica

Additional 22332  Author	Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo Title	Extracts from an edition of Dioscorides' 'De re medica', Origin	Italy Date	c. 1564-1584 Language	Italian  http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=262&CollID=27&NStart=22332

Full page image of the plant Olea europaea (Olive tree) with men and women harvesting olives, one up a ladder, and a man with a donkey car.

Plantain

Wonderful set of watercolours from a herbal, dramatic depictions of a wide range of medicinal plants before a backdrop of landscapes, often featuring populated scenes. See our selecton.

"Full page botanical painting of Asplenium scolopendrium or 'Argentina' (Silverweed) growing on a rock with a man in a hat sitting nearby and a mountain landscape with a walled town in the background. "  Dioscorides' 'De re medica', by Pietro Andrea Mattioli, Physician of Siena, assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo--ca. 1564-1584.

Asplenium scolopendrium or 'Argentina' (Silverweed), from Dioscorides' 'De re media', assembled and illustrated by Gherardo Cibo, c.

watercolor japanese iris | Japanese irises.

Botanical Illustration: Constance Sayas and Libby Kyer exhibits at Shirley Sherwoood Gallery

Wonderful set of watercolours from a 16th-century herbal, dramatic depictions of a wide range of medicinal plants before a backdrop of landscapes, often featuring populated scenes. See our selecton...

edition of Pedanius Dioscorides’s work on herbal medicine, De Materia Medica (Dioscorides ca. AD) by pietro andrea mattioli, describing 100 new plants, illustrations dated between by artist Gherardo Cibo.

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