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Tulip, two Branches of Myrtle and two Shells

Tulip, two Branches of Myrtle and two Shells, Maria Sibylla Merian
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Tulip, two Branches of Myrtle and two Shells is an Enlightenment Watercolor and Gouache Painting created by Maria Sibylla Merian in 1700. It lives at the Rijksmuseum in Netherlands. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Flowers. SourceDownload

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