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Artabotrys Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: arn00017, Plate 35
Scope and Content: Forty-five original watercolors of plants mounted on paper. The watercolors may have been produced in Canton. Many bear "M. and J. Lay or J. Whatman” watermarks dated 1815 to 1819. Watercolors include butterflies, moths, or other possible pollinators. Latin names have been added in pencil.

Begonia Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: arn00017, Plate 43
Scope and Content: Forty-five original watercolors of plants mounted on paper. The watercolors may have been produced in Canton. Many bear "M. and J. Lay or J. Whatman” watermarks dated 1815 to 1819. Watercolors include butterflies, moths, or other possible pollinators. Latin names have been added in pencil.

Begonia L[illegible] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: arn00017, Plate 39
Scope and Content: Forty-five original watercolors of plants mounted on paper. The watercolors may have been produced in Canton. Many bear "M. and J. Lay or J. Whatman” watermarks dated 1815 to 1819. Watercolors include butterflies, moths, or other possible pollinators. Latin names have been added in pencil.

Betula glandulosa Digital

Item Identifier: arn00015
Scope and Contents: This collection contains 39 unnumbered leaves of vascular plant watercolors. Some of the watercolors seem to be unfinished.

[Bletilla sinensis] Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 9Identifier: arn00017, Plate 30
Scope and Content: Forty-five original watercolors of plants mounted on paper. The watercolors may have been produced in Canton. Many bear "M. and J. Lay or J. Whatman” watermarks dated 1815 to 1819. Watercolors include butterflies, moths, or other possible pollinators. Latin names have been added in pencil.

Boards Digital

Item — Box: 2Identifier: arn00007
Scope and Content: The Riocreux watercolors comprise 87 original watercolor paintings in [matting]. The watercolors have been detached from the binding. The paintings vary in size from 22 x 28 cm up to 29 x 36 cm. There are two plates numbered 73 but they are not duplicates. Sixty-one illustrations were reproduced in Auguste Loiseleur Deslongchamps’s Herbier Général de l'Amateur, Deuxiéme série, t.1 (Paris: Didot Jeune, 1839).

Caesalpinia pulcherrima Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2Identifier: arn00017, Plate 40
Scope and Content: Forty-five original watercolors of plants mounted on paper. The watercolors may have been produced in Canton. Many bear "M. and J. Lay or J. Whatman” watermarks dated 1815 to 1819. Watercolors include butterflies, moths, or other possible pollinators. Latin names have been added in pencil.

Camellia japonica Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: arn00016, Plate 40
Scope and Content: Forty-nine original watercolors. Probably produced in Canton. Many bear “J. Whatman” 1804 or 1805 or “I. Taylo(r)” watermarks. The drawings generally include samples of fruits or seeds and a dissection of the flower to show its structure. Latin names and occasional Chinese labels appear in pencil on either front or reverse side. Includes a typed index that lists all plates including plate 19 Eriobotrya japonica which is lacking.

Camellia japonica Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: arn00016, Plate 31
Scope and Contents: Watermarked: J WHATMAN 1804.

Camellia japonica Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: arn00016, Plate 43
Scope and Contents: Watermarked: J WHATMAN.