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design-is-fine:

Pierre-Joseph Redouté, Still Life with Roses and Anemone, 1832. Watercolor on Vellum. Paris.
Redouté gained international recognition as the “Raphael of flowers” while serving as court painter to Empress Josephine. His magnum opus Les Roses was a landmark work of botanical watercolors. Source

design-is-fine:

Pierre-Joseph Redouté, Still Life with Roses and Anemone, 1832. Watercolor on Vellum. Paris.

Redouté gained international recognition as the “Raphael of flowers” while serving as court painter to Empress Josephine. His magnum opus Les Roses was a landmark work of botanical watercolors. Source

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