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Choose from 43 pictures in our Edwin Dalton Smith collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Green grapes, vine and leaf of the White or Featured Edwin Dalton Smith Print

Green grapes, vine and leaf of the White or

Green grapes, vine and leaf of the White or Common Muscadine Grape, Vitis rotundifolia. . Handcolored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's Flora and Pomona 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Red ripe fruit and leaves of Kirke's Scarlet Featured Edwin Dalton Smith Print

Red ripe fruit and leaves of Kirke's Scarlet

Red ripe fruit and leaves of Kirke's Scarlet Nonpareil Apple, Malus domestica.. Handcolored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by F.W. Smith from Charles McIntosh's Flora and Pomona 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

Crimson flowered climbing or scandent Lophospermum Featured Edwin Dalton Smith Print

Crimson flowered climbing or scandent Lophospermum

Crimson flowered climbing or scandent Lophospermum, Lophospermum scandens. . Handcolored illustration by Edwin Dalton Smith engraved by Watts from Charles McIntosh's Flora and Pomona 1829. McIntosh (1794-1864) was a Scottish gardener to European aristocracy and royalty, and author of many book on gardening. E.D. Smith was a botanical artist who drew for Robert Sweet, Benjamin Maund, etc

© Florilegius / Mary Evans