pierre-joseph redouté: citrus bigaradia sinensis

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Pierre-Joseph Redouté prints including a digitally enhanced illustration of bitter sweet oranges on a branch (Citrus Bigaradia Sinensis) from Traité des Arbres et Arbustes que l’on cultive en France en pleine terre (1801–1819). Pierre-Joseph Redouté is a French botanist and painter. Born on July 10, 1759 in Saint-Hubert, Luxembourg, the artist was patronised by kings of France including Louis XVI and Louis-Philipp. He is known for his delicate botanical prints earning him prominence as the greatest botanical illustrator of all time.

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Museum-quality using thick and durable matte paper is used for printing.

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