One-year-old Phoenix dactylifera

24,90 39,90 

Watercolor, Giorgio Gallesio (1817)

This original early 19th-century watercolor was replicated by Danielle del Ré in 1832 and has now been restored by Palmer Brothers. This delicate Italian illustration dissects the anatomy of a date plant seedling, showing its first leaves as well as its delicate roots. This piece that we offer you is one of the best-known and most beautiful antique illustrations of palm trees, which stands out for its enormous originality by showing a young plant and also for representing its underground parts.

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Botanical illustrations restored by Palmer Brothers, in high-quality twelve-ink printing on 100% cotton paper. We use museum-quality, acid-free paper that offers a natural white with a soft velvety touch and a smooth surface, achieving excellent color reproduction and durability. Our prints are a careful selection of old botanical illustrations, of high quality and beauty, ideal for decorating your home or office with taste or as a gift to a palm tree lover. Available in sizes 30×40 and/or 50×70 cm depending on the model.

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