Botanical art from the collection of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (also known as 'Kew Gardens'), one of the world’s largest botanical gardens and a UNESCO World Heritage site will be presented in this exhibition. Botanical art, which depicts plants from both scientific and artistic perspectives, underwent great developments in the eighteenth century as the British monarchy and botanical gardens prospered.
This exhibition, which traces the history of Kew Gardens’ botanical art collection, the largest in the world, focuses on valuable eighteenth-century pictures of plants; it also includes the Wedgewood porcelain “Queensware” dishes supplied to the royal household for the queen.
Thursday 11 February - Sunday 28 March 2021
Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art (Yamanashi)
Thursday 15 April – Sunday 6 June 2021
Shizuoka City Museum of Art (Shizuoka)
Friday 16 July - Sunday 29 August 2021
Shunan City Museum of Art and History (Yamaguchi)
Saturday 18 September - Sunday 28 November 2021
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum (Tokyo)
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