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Flowers of southern Africa epub

by Auriol Batten


Flowers of southern Africa epub

ISBN: 0620089822

ISBN13: 978-0620089821

Author: Auriol Batten

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Language: English

Publisher: Frandsen Publishers (1986)

Pages: 401 pages

ePUB book: 1631 kb

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Auriol Batten obtained a . c.

Ceropegia ampliata . ey. Auriol Batten obtained a . in botany at the University of Natal in Pietermaritzburg, and studied art at the Durban Technical College. She settled in East London after her marriage and began painting wild flowers. She was co-illustrator with her cousin, Hertha Bokelmann, of 'Wild Flowers of the Eastern Cape Province' (1966) and 'Wild Flowers of the Tsitsikama' (1967). She painted all the illustrations for her own book 'Flowers of Southern Africa' (1986), and donated the originals to the nation, to be kept at the National Botanical Institute in Pretoria.

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Flowers of southern Africa. Wild flowers of the Eastern Cape Province. Wild flowers, Botanical illustration, Pictorial works, South African Watercolor painting. Are you sure you want to remove Auriol Batten from your list?

Auriol Batten obtained a . c in Botany at the University of Natal in Pietermaritzburg, and studied art at the Durban Technical College.

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