Prints of Shakespeare's Flowers (1911)
Shakespeare's Flowers
(England, 1911)
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These colorful prints are from a folio presenting the flowers found in the garden of the old house house at Stratford-on-Avon where Shakespeare was born.  As noted in the accompanying text, the garden "is filled with the herbs and plants which he names in his writings".

Each print displays both the English and Latin name for the flower.  Provided with each print is a copy of the accompanying text page which includes passages from the plays in which the flower is referenced.


Price per print: Print Only:  As shown
Matting Charge:  $20
Framing & Matting Charge:  $100
Dimensions: Print Only:  5 x 7 inches
Matted:  11 x 14 inches
Type of print: Original color print
Year: 1911
Other details: Includes copy of accompanying text page

Click on any image to see an enlargement of the print

Wallflower (No. 11550001)

(Winter's Tale)
Holly (No. 11550002)

(As You Like It)
Monkshood (No. 11550003)

(Henry IV)

Crab Apple (No. 11550004)
Crab Apple

(Henry VIII, The Tempest,
Midsummer Night's Dream)
Rose (No. 11550005)
Red Rose

(Henry VI, Romeo and Juliet)

Rose (No. 11550006)
White Rose

(Henry VI,
Midsummer Night's Dream)
Poppy (No. 11550007)
Red Poppy

Lily (No. 11550008)
Crown Imperial Lily

(Winter's Tale)
Lily (No. 11550009)
Madonna Lily

(King John, Henry VI)
Iris (No. 11550010)
Purple Iris

(Henry VI)

Iris (No. 11550011)
Yellow Flag

(Antony and Cleopatra)
Orchis (No. 11550012)
Purple Orchis

Rosemary (No. 11550013)

(Winter's Tale, Hamlet,
Romeo and Juliet)
Honeysuckle (No. 11550014)

(Much Ado About Nothing,
Midsummer Night's Dream)
Marigold (No. 11550015)

(Winter's Tale, Pericles,