Grosse Mignon Peach (1818)

Grosse Mignon Peach (1818)

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Caption: Grosse Mignon Peach (Prunus sp.), also called Grimwood's Royal George, 19th-century botanical illustration. This artwork is from 'Pomona Londinensis' (1818), a collection of 49 engravings of fruit drawn by British botanical illustrator William Hooker (1779-1832). Hooker later became the official artist of the Horticultural Society of London (now the Royal Horticultural Society).

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