REVUE HORTICOLE. 102 nd. ANNUAL EDITION. 1930 & 1931 JOURNAL D’HORTICULTURE PRATIQUE PARIS 1930-1931 Founde en 1829 par les auteurs’ du Bon Jardiner
This attractive publication is a handsomely bound edition of “REVUE HORTICOLE” measuring 7 ¼" X 10 ¼" In exceptionally excellent condition with five raised bands. Contained within are 22 stunning full paged Botanical color plate imprints produced by photomechanical lithography. Each measures 6 ½”x 10” with bright vivid color botanically correct and very beautiful. The prints are all in excellent condition free of text on the back. The descriptive text is in French. Among the plates are: Clarkia, Kalanchoe, Viscaria, Godetia, Roses (3), Bromeliad, Lysimachia, Forsythia, Rhododendron, Buddleia, Campanule, Pear Fruit, Canna, Delphinium, Iris, Beconia, Phlox, Cotoneaster.
A botanical publication which rivaled others of the era was REVUE HORTICOLE published in Paris France as a bimonthly founded in 1829 by the authors of “du Bon Jardinier”. The publishers had witnessed from personal experience that collectors of botanical art refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants but felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens; from this premise was born REVUE HORTICOLE - Journal D’horticulture. In addition to the botanical plates are line drawings, gardening advertisements and horticultural articles
ITEM # REV-30-31