Cichorium intybus [art original] = Ranunculus repens.

Cichorium intybus [art original] = Ranunculus repens.
Blaschka, Rudolf, 1857-1939
2 art originals : pencil and colored pencil on paper ; 21 x 17 cm. (folded)
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Range 6, Bay 6, Shelf 4, Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka collection, Box 43
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Ranunculus repens
This item is in the Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka collection.
Drawings folded along vertical edge with first drawing on p. [1] and second drawing on p. [3]. Drawing on p. [1], labeled Cichorium intybus, is of four views of interior of plant with detailing in blue. Drawing on p. [3], labeled Ranunculus repens, is of seven views including petal, seed, and stamen, in green and yellow detailing.
Cichorium intybus, commonly known as the Common chicory, is a wild, flowering plant native to Europe, North America, and Australia. Ranunculus repens is a flowering plant in the buttercup family that is commonly known as the Creeping Crowfoot and Sitfast and is native to Europe, Asia, and northwestern Africa.
This drawing is part of a series of botanical drawings created by the Blaschkas to reference in constructing glass models for the Botanical Museum of Harvard University.
Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka collection
Digitized by Harvard Museum of Natural History 2006.
Red pencil markings on p. [1] and p. [3].
Some notations penciled in.
Some staining.
Blaschka design drawings. Botanicals