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Artist / Maker : Duer, Elizabeth Yeend; Gyokushō玉蕉
Title : The Wild Flowers Around Victoria Painted on Silk by Elizabeth Yeend Duer, 1941
Date (Execution) : 1941
Geographical Origin : British Columbia, Canada
Cultural Group : Japanese, Canadian
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Medium / Material  : foil covered paper, cardboard, assembled booklet
Support / Technique : cardboard
Object Type : assembled booklet
Visual Description : A foil wrapped and varnished cover with appliqued printed page of botanical drawings of "Maid of Athens, Prince George and Thompsons Favorite" violas; "Fuchsia elegans", "Cartwright's Prince of Orange" and Engraved for the Horticultural Cabinet November 7th, 1833. Inside are six boards with type-written lists of paintings mounted on them.
Accession # : M964.1.475
Width (cm) : 24.70
Height (cm) : 29.20
Depth (cm) : 1.50
Mandatory Credit : Bequest of John and Katharine Maltwood
Artist Statement :