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Bauer Collection

Background imageBauer Collection: Livistona humilis, sand palm

Livistona humilis, sand palm
Plate 225 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Pinus cembra, Arolla pine

Pinus cembra, Arolla pine - Coloured copper engraving by Warner based on a watercolour by Ferdinand Bauer. A.B. Lambert, A description of the genus Pinus, London, 1803, t. 23 Date: 1803

Background imageBauer Collection: Cephalotus follicularis, Australian pitcher plant

Cephalotus follicularis, Australian pitcher plant
An illustration by Ferdinand Bauer of an Australian pitcher plant, one of the few plants capable of trapping and digesting insects

Background imageBauer Collection: Pinus strobus L. Weymouth or white pine

Pinus strobus L. Weymouth or white pine

Background imageBauer Collection: Cypripedium reginae, ladys slipper orchid. Also known as pi

Cypripedium reginae, ladys slipper orchid. Also known as pi
Although the current name of this orchid is Cypripedium reginae, the name on the original plate reads Cypripedium spectabile, which may have been the name accepted at the time

Background imageBauer Collection: Cypripedium calceolus, Ladys slipper orchid

Cypripedium calceolus, Ladys slipper orchid
Watercolour from British Orchids (1792-1817), by Franz Andreas Bauer (1758-1840). Held in the Botany Library at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBauer Collection: Eucalyptus pruinosa, silver-leaved box

Eucalyptus pruinosa, silver-leaved box
Plate 56 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Arum dioscoridis

Arum dioscoridis
Engraving by George Sowerby from original watercolour by Ferdinand Bauer, published in Flora graeca 10 (1840) by James Edward Smith

Background imageBauer Collection: Banksia coccinea, scarlet banksia

Banksia coccinea, scarlet banksia
Plate 139 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Cephalotus follicularis, Australian pitcher plant

Cephalotus follicularis, Australian pitcher plant
Plate 42 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Hydromys chrysogaster, water rat

Hydromys chrysogaster, water rat
Plate 1 from a collection of 49 original watercolour drawings of animals by Ferdinand Lucas Bauer (1760-1826), from the H.M.S. Investigator expedition to Australia, 1801-1803

Background imageBauer Collection: Paeonia sp. peony

Paeonia sp. peony
Plate 1 From Drawings of Kew Plants by Franz Bauer (1758-1840). Detailed close-up of flower head. Held in the Botany Library at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBauer Collection: Araucaria columnaris & A. heterophyllo

Araucaria columnaris & A. heterophyllo - Coloured copper engraving by Warner based on watercolours by Ferdinand Bauer, A.B. Lambert, A description of the genus Pinus, London, 1803, t.39 Date: 1803

Background imageBauer Collection: Brunonia australis, blue pincushion

Brunonia australis, blue pincushion - Blue Pincushion (Brunonia australis) Coloured copper engraving by Ferdinand Bauer based on a watercolour by his own hand, 1813-14

Background imageBauer Collection: Protea nitida, wagon tree

Protea nitida, wagon tree
Plate 85 from Delineation of exotic plants cultivated in the Royal Garden at Kew (1796) by Franz Andreas Bauer (1758-1840). Held in the Botany Library at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBauer Collection: Stylidium scandens, climbing trigger plant

Stylidium scandens, climbing trigger plant
Plate 82 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Strelitzia reginae, golden bird of paradise

Strelitzia reginae, golden bird of paradise

Background imageBauer Collection: Rhynchoglossum obliquum

Rhynchoglossum obliquum
Engraving by Franz Bauer from a drawing by Ferdinand Bauer, published in Plantae javanicae raroriores (1838)

Background imageBauer Collection: Psephotus dissimilis, hooded parrot

Psephotus dissimilis, hooded parrot
Plate 14 from Ferdinand Lucas Bauers zoological watercolours and drawings observed during Captain Matthew Flinders circumnavigational survey of Australia (Investigator 1801-1803)

Background imageBauer Collection: Banksia speciosa, showy banksia

Banksia speciosa, showy banksia
Plate 140 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Lambertia formosa, mountain devil

Lambertia formosa, mountain devil
Engraving by Daniel Mackenzie from a drawing by Ferdinand Bauer, made in 1796, from herbarium material sent to Lambert by Henry de Ponthieu from the West Indies

Background imageBauer Collection: Abbe Bauer, chaplain to the Empress Eugenie

Abbe Bauer, chaplain to the Empress Eugenie Date: circa 1860s

Background imageBauer Collection: Sanotogen advert

Sanotogen advert
A woman appearing ??Run-down?. The advert offering Sanatogen to build your health back up. It was invented by the Bauer Chemical Co. in Germany in 1898. It is still sold today as vitamins. Date: 1925

Background imageBauer Collection: Three Swimmers

Three Swimmers
Swimming champions Helen Meany, later Gravis (1904-1991), Sybil Bauer (1903-1927) and Doris O'Mara (b. 1908-?) at an event in St Augustine, Florida. Date: 1925

Background imageBauer Collection: Cafe Bauer on Rossplatz, Leipzig, Germany

Cafe Bauer on Rossplatz, Leipzig, Germany - containing gaming rooms and billard room. Date: circa 1905

Background imageBauer Collection: Asclepias curassavica, Tropical milkweed - London, Natural History Museum, Botany Library

Asclepias curassavica, Tropical milkweed - London, Natural History Museum, Botany Library, Bauer Unit, Unfinished Drawings of plants by Francis Bauer 2: No. 121

Background imageBauer Collection: Triticum aestivum, Wheat

Triticum aestivum, Wheat
Date: 1805

Background imageBauer Collection: Homo sapiens Clitoris

Homo sapiens Clitoris - Homo sapiens. Clitoris. Copper engraving based on drawing by Franz Bauer. E. Home, Lectures on comparative anatomy. Supplement 2, London, 1828, t. 24 (upper part)

Background imageBauer Collection: Plant illustration by Franz Andreas Bauer

Plant illustration by Franz Andreas Bauer - Illustration from Delineation of exotic plants cultivated in the Royal Garden at Kew (1796) by Franz Andreas Bauer (1758-1840)

Background imageBauer Collection: Johann Christian Bauer

Johann Christian Bauer (1802-1867). Born in Hanau, Germany. Type designer, punchcutter, and founder of the Bauer Type Foundry in 1837. Date: Date unknown

Background imageBauer Collection: Nerium oleander, oleander

Nerium oleander, oleander

Background imageBauer Collection: Pollen sketch by Francis Bauer

Pollen sketch by Francis Bauer
Francis Bauers pollen watercolour sketch from the Natural History Museums Botany Library. Page 63, showing Centaurea, Clarkia, Achilia, Bignonia and other pollen

Background imageBauer Collection: Heinrich Jost

Heinrich Jost
1889-1948. Born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Typographer, graphic designer and type designer inc: Fraktur (1925), Atrax (1926), Bauer Bodoni (1926), Aeterna (1927), Beton (193036) 1937

Background imageBauer Collection: Strelitzia reginae, Bird-of-paradise

Strelitzia reginae, Bird-of-paradise - Coloured lithograph based on a watercolour by Franz Bauer (named Strelitzia depicta), t. 1, London, 1818. Date: 1818

Background imageBauer Collection: Chimonanthus praecox

Chimonanthus praecox - Watercolour by Franz Bauer, 1789. Original Drawings for Hortus Kewensis, t.10.< br> < br> Held in the Museums Botany Library. Date: 1789

Background imageBauer Collection: Himantoglossum hircinum, Lizard Orchid flowers

Himantoglossum hircinum, Lizard Orchid flowers - Watercolour by Franz Bauer, undated. Paper, watercolour. Bauer Unit. British Orchids 1798 - 1817, f. 76

Background imageBauer Collection: Flindersia australis, Crows Ash

Flindersia australis, Crows Ash - Watercolour by Ferdinand Bauer, signed, 1806-10. Botany Library, Ferdinand Bauer Plant Drawings. Mabberley & Moore No. 23

Background imageBauer Collection: Quartz crystal

Quartz crystal - Collected by Matthew Flinders & Ferdinand Bauer, 16 February 1803, from Australia, Melville Bay. Coll. No. BM 75819 Date: 1803

Background imageBauer Collection: Georgius Agricola (1494-1555). German scientist

Georgius Agricola (1494-1555). German scientist. Known as the father of mineralogy. Engraving belonging to his work De Re Metallica. Basel 1564. Colored

Background imageBauer Collection: Flindersia australis, crow ash tree

Flindersia australis, crow ash tree

Background imageBauer Collection: Passiflora, passion fruit pollen

Passiflora, passion fruit pollen
Page 38, a watercolour of passiflora pollen from Drawings by Francis Bauer, depicting epidermis, hairs, pollen grains and Moustrosities

Background imageBauer Collection: Brasenia schreberi, water shield

Brasenia schreberi, water shield
Plate 3 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Adenia heterophylla, lacewing vine

Adenia heterophylla, lacewing vine
Plate 60 from Botanical Drawings from Australia (1801) by Ferdinand L Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Doryanthes excelsa, gymea lily

Doryanthes excelsa, gymea lily
Coloured engraving by Ferdinand Bauer, published in Illustrationes florae Novae Hollandiae (1816). Made from field sketches

Background imageBauer Collection: Barnardius zonarius, Australian ringneck

Barnardius zonarius, Australian ringneck
Plate 21 from Ferdinand Lucas Bauers zoological watercolours and drawings observed during Captain Matthew Flinders circumnavigational survey of Australia (Investigator 1801-1803)

Background imageBauer Collection: Portunus pelagicus, blue swimming crab

Portunus pelagicus, blue swimming crab
Plate 50 from Zoological drawings by Ferdinand Bauer. Ventral view of the large swimming crab native to Indo-Pacific waters

Background imageBauer Collection: Litoria aurea, golden bell frog

Litoria aurea, golden bell frog
Plate 26 from Zoological drawings by Ferdinand Bauer (1760-1826)

Background imageBauer Collection: Platycercus exmius, eastern rosella

Platycercus exmius, eastern rosella
Plate 18 from Ferdinand Lucas Bauers zoological watercolours and drawings observed during Captain Matthew Flinders circumnavigational survey of Australia (Investigator 1801-1803)



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