Perfect for the handbag or the desktop, these 3 colorful notebooks feature foil-stamped covers and vintage-inspired interiors. The entire package is bound together with baker's twine.
Author: CHRONICLE BOOKS LLC,Rifle Paper Co
Publisher: Chronicle Books (CA)
"This book follows the journey of over 80 pioneering botanists and the important findings and collections they have made. It includes each journey and routes taken with the help of maps and personal notes. Each story explains the complications and difficulties that each botanist had to overcome but the many discoveries made along the way."--
In the Footsteps of Theophrastus, Marco Polo, Linnaeus, Flinders, Darwin, Speke and Hooker
Author: Florence Thinard
Publisher: Firefly Books
The Botanical Notebook Collection features a wide variety of floral photographs and botanical art as covers for our composition notebook to get you in the journaling, doodling, list making, or writing spirit. Our notebook collection makes the perfect Christmas gift or anytime gift for anyone who loves floral and botanical art. - Perfect for making lists, sketching, note-taking, doodling, song writing, or brainstorming new ideas. - High-quality -- Matte cover for a professional finish - Perfect size at 8.5"x11" --Perfect Size for notebook - Fountain pen and colored pencil friendly - Perfect bound paperback with blank lined pages - 100 Pages Wide-Ruled Composition Notebook - Collect Them All
Painting, Floral Journal/Diary, Wide Ruled, 100 Pages, 8. 5 X 11
Author: Botanical Notebook Botanical Notebook Collection
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Henry Evans (1918–1990) began making botanical prints in 1958, depicting some 1,400 subjects in 31 years. In that time, he was accorded more than 250 one-man shows in many countries around the world and in almost every state in the union. Admired by art lovers and naturalists alike, Henry's work reveals a style intriguingly personal and botanically faithful, unerring in its feeling for rhythm and design. Self-taught as a printer, botanist, and artist, he developed a unique style and technique. He drew directly from living subjects, and all subjects were portrayed life-size. He used linoleum as a printing surface and an 1852 Washington Hand Press to make the prints. All of the work was done by hand. All of the materials that were used were of the best quality, and all of the editions were limited. Each linoleum-block print was numbered, dated, and signed by the artist. After printing, the blocks were destroyed. Botanical Prints presents a vast array of Evans's work and goes one step further by providing excerpts from the artist's notebook, which illuminate not only the physical processes he used but also the brilliant mind that created both the prints and the prose.
With Excerpts from the Artist's Notebooks
Author: Henry Herman Evans,Peter H. Raven,Wilfrid Blunt
Publisher: Counterpoint LLC
Two Foil-stamped Notebooks
12 Foil-stamped Cards & Envelopes
Recording the world of plant and animal life and documenting the strange beauty of the natural world have been human passions ever since the first cave paintings. While there are many histories of botanical art featuring beautiful paintings and finished drawings, the artists' preparatory sketches, first impressions, and scribbled notes on paper are rarely seen. But it is often these early attempts that give us real insight into the firsthand experiences and adventures of the botanists, artists, collectors, and explorers behind them. This exquisite visual compendium of botanical sketches by eighty artists from around the world brings these personal and vividly spontaneous records back into the light. Filled with remarkable images from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries, sourced from the unparalleled collections of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Library, Art & Archives, and other libraries, museums, and archives, Botanical Sketchbooks also provides fascinating biographical portraits of the intriguing characters featured within, including such renowned artists, scientists, and amateur botanists as Leonardo da Vinci, Georg Dionysius Ehret, Carl Linnaeus, Maria Sibylla Merian, Mark Catesby, and Helen and Margaret Shelley (sisters of the novelist Mary Shelley), among many others.
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
The Girly Notebook Collection features a wide variety of cute, fun, and beautiful art and photography as covers for our composition notebook to get you in the journaling, doodling, list making, or writing spirit. Our notebook collection makes the perfect Christmas gift or anytime gift for anyone who is girly. - Perfect for note-taking, making lists, creating poetry, or writing down your life reflections or doodling. - High-quality -- Matte cover for a professional finish - Perfect size at 8.5"x11" --Perfect Size for notebook - Fountain pen and colored pencil friendly - Perfect bound paperback with blank lined pages - 100 Pages Wide-Ruled Composition Notebook - Collect Them All
Cute Botanicals, Journal/Diary, Wide Ruled, 100 Pages, 8.5 X 11, Composition Book
Author: Girly Notebook Girly Notebook Collection
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
For anyone interested in the natural world and the extraordinary diversity and wonder of plants, this beautifully illustrated and presented range of stationery will be a delight. Products in the range are illustrated with exquisite and exotic images taken from the book Remarkable Plants That Shape Our World and all are attractively packaged.
Author: The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
From elegant floral boutiques and lively flower markets to glorious blooming trees and expansive public gardens, flowers are an essential ingredient in the rich sensory bouquet that is Parisian life. This notebook is part of a stationery collection that captures the blossoming essence of the famous city through Georgianna Lane's dreamy photographs of gorgeous florals paired with images of the abundant botanical motifs found in Parisian architecture. With it's embossed and foil-stamped cover and lined pages throughout, the PARIS IN BLOOM notebook brings a little bit of Parisian romance to everyday note-taking.
Author: Georgianna Lane
Publisher: Abrams Noterie
Presents the history and significance of some of the most important works held by the renowned New York City library, including handwritten manuscripts, botanical artworks, herbals, explorer's notebooks, and nineteenth-century media.
Great Works from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of the New York Botanical Garden
Author: Gregory Long
Publisher: Yale University Press
Create 52 lists, one for every week of the year, that will help you discover the beauty, joy, creativity, and power you already have! The 52 Lists Project is a gorgeous journal for list lovers, based on the popular blog series by Moorea Seal. This beautiful undated journal of weekly lists will help nurture self-expression and self-development. Each seasonal section includes list prompts, with plenty of space to write your own lists, and challenges to help you take action and make your dreams a reality. With perfectly timed prompts that meet you where you are throughout the different seasons, this journal will open up new avenues of self-knowledge and help you celebrate, enjoy, and take ownership of your life, as each week of the year becomes more thoughtful and vibrant.
A Year of Weekly Journaling Inspiration
Author: Moorea Seal
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
A Synopsis of Lectures, and Laboratory Plans in General Morphology and Systematic Botany, for Use in Classes in Brown University
Author: William Whitman Bailey
In celebration of summer, Assouline evokes the beauty of the garden in a remarkable gift-volume. Including more than three centuries of drawings culled from the rare books library of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, each page in Botanicals explodes with rich colors and lifelike details. Exquisite flowers, delicate fruits, and exuberant butterflies are among the jewels of nature that come to life in this unique compendium. Featured are works by leading botanical artists, including Maria Sibylla Merian, a revolutionary female entomologist and natural historian of the seventeenth century; E.A. Seguy, whose art nouveau-era work serves as inspiration for many contemporary creative directors and designers; and Dr. Robert John Thornton, a British visionary renowned for his interest in botany. Botanicals is extraordinary, a remarkable objet d'art in the spirit of the season.
Author: Leslie K. Overstreet
Publisher: Editions Assouline
A Guided Journal for Recording Each Day's Blessings
Principles of Tzeltal Plant Classification: An Introduction to the Botanical Ethnography of a Mayan-Speaking People of Highland Chiapas covers the underlying classificatory principles used by the Tzeltal to order the vast array of organisms of the plant world. The book describes the setting of the research, both from a botanical and ethnographic view; the general outline of Tzeltal plant classification and nomenclature; and the methods used to collect data. The text also discusses the rich ethnolinguistic terminology used by the Tzeltal in describing and discussing the structure of plants, referred to as ethnophytography; and the cultural significance of plants to the Tzeltal in agriculture, food types, house building, and other areas of material culture where plants and plant products are of major importance. The individual description of all known Tzeltal plant classes is also encompassed in detail. Botanists and ethnobotanists will find the book invaluable.
An Introduction to the Botanical Ethnography of a Mayan-Speaking, People of Highland, Chiapas
Author: Brent Berlin,Dennis E. Breedlove,Peter H. Raven
Publisher: Academic Press