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Dear Customers. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation worldwide, we have experienced challenging shipping situations, including significant changes in pricing and, at times, delayed deliveries. For the time being we disabled our check-out. We encourage you to contact us directly if you are interested in purchasing prints. We appreciate your patience and look forward to implementing the convenience of the shopping cart as soon as possible.
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Hartinger: Lasiandra Endlicheri. Beer e. Fenzl.  Nat. Ord. Melastomaceae Vatl. Mexico. Aus. d. Gart. d. Hrn. J.G. Beer  Page size: 56.2 x 42.3 cm ( 22.1 x 16.6 ") Image size: 47 x 35 cm ( 18.5 x 13.7 ")  Anton Hartinger  "Paradisus Vindobonensis" (Viennese Paradise)  Important Filiacae, Amaryllidae and other flowers
Botanicals: Lasiandra Endlicheri. Beer e. Fenzl.  Nat. Ord. Melastomaceae

Botanicals: Lasiandra Endlicheri. Beer e. Fenzl. Nat. Ord. Melastomaceae

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Lasiandra Endlicheri. Beer e. Fenzl.

Nat. Ord. Melastomaceae
Vatl. Mexico.
Aus. d. Gart. d. Hrn. J.G. Beer

Page size: 56.2 x 42.3 cm ( 22.1 x 16.6 ")
Image size: 47 x 35 cm ( 18.5 x 13.7 ")

Anton Hartinger

"Paradisus Vindobonensis" (Viennese Paradise)

Important Filiacae, Amaryllidae and other flowers

We are certain that anyone seeing the following spectacular chromolithographs of assorted flowers in extraordinarily splendid and stunning hand-color-finishing will be touched by the sheer beauty of these original and extremely rare prints of unique brilliancy, vividness and radiance.

The story: Anton Hartinger (1806 - 1890), was a Viennese artist specialized in flower painting. He was a member of the Viennese Academy of Arts from 1843 to 1851 in the Flower and Fruit School and a pioneer in the field of chromolithography. Lacking money to publish his extraordinary book on flowers he sought investors. And he found them. But it took from 1844 to 1860 to publish his work in 20 installments, seldom more than one set per year. Obviously a period of 16 years is a long time for such venture to keep the sponsors interested. Some may not even have lived to see the final installment printed. That is why there are very few complete copies known worldwide. Only the collections of the Vienna Library and the British Library seem to have complete sets.



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