Augusta Innes Withers née Baker est une femme peintre spécialisée dans les peinture de fleurs, née vers 1793 et morte en 1864.Elle est le peintre de fleur de la reine Adélaïde de Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849) puis de la reine Victoria (1819-1901).Seule ou aux côtés d’autres femmes artistes, elles illustrent des ouvrages d’histoire naturelle.

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  • Augusta Innes Withers née Baker est une femme peintre spécialisée dans les peinture de fleurs, née vers 1793 et morte en 1864.Elle est le peintre de fleur de la reine Adélaïde de Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849) puis de la reine Victoria (1819-1901).Seule ou aux côtés d’autres femmes artistes, elles illustrent des ouvrages d’histoire naturelle. Particulièrement recherchée, elle travaille pour Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala (1837-1841) de James Bateman (1811-1897) et divers livres de John Lindley (1799-1865), pour les revues The Botanist (1836-1842) de Benjamin Maund (1790-1863), Transactions of the Horticultural Society et Illustrated Bouquet (1857-1863).John Claudius Loudon (1783-1843) écrira qu’il apprécie ses :...high talents and great industry... to be able to draw flowers botanically, and fruit horticulturally, that is, with the characteristics by which varieties and subvarieties are distinguished, is one of the most useful accomplishments of your ladies of leisure, living in the country. It is due to Mrs Withers of Grove Terrace, Lisson Grove, to state her talents for teaching these objects are of the highest order...Portail de l’histoire de la zoologie et de la botanique Portail de l’histoire de la zoologie et de la botanique Portail du Royaume-Uni Portail du Royaume-Uni
  • オーガスタ・イネス・ウィザース(Augusta Innes Withers、旧姓ベイカー、Baker、1793年 - 1877年)はイギリスの博物画家である。ジョン・リンドリーの『果実園芸学雑誌』("Pomological Magazine")やジェームズ・ベイトマンの『メキシコとグアテマラのラン』("Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala")の図版を描いた。アデレード王妃、ヴィクトリア女王によって常任植物画家("Flower Painter in Ordinary")に任じられ、ベンジャミン・マウンドの植物雑誌、"Botanist"や 園芸協会年報(”Transactions of the Horticultural”)や ”Illustrated Bouquet" (1857-1863)やカーチス・ボタニカル・マガジンの図版を描いた。
  • Augusta Innes Withers (née Baker) (1793-1877), was an English natural history illustrator, known for her illustrating of John Lindley's Pomological Magazine and her collaboration with Sarah Drake on the monumental Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala by James Bateman. She was appointed "Flower Painter in Ordinary" to Queen Adelaide and later to Queen Victoria. She also produced illustrations for Benjamin Maund's "Botanist", the ”Transactions of the Horticultural” Society, the ”Illustrated Bouquet" (1857-1863) and Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Augusta was the daughter of a Gloucestershire vicar, chaplain to the Prince Regent. She lived in London all her life and was married to Theodore Withers, an accountant, and 20 years her senior. Besides giving painting classes, she was active as a painter from before 1827 to 1865, exhibiting from 1829-46 at the Royal Academy, the Society of British Artists and the New Watercolour Society. John Claudius Loudon commented in the 1831 ”Gardener's Magazine" that her talents were of the highest order, and that "to be able to draw flowers botanically, and fruit horticulturally, that is, with the characteristics by which varieties and subvarieties are distinguished, is one of the most useful accomplishments of your ladies of leisure, living in the country." In 1815, in an attempt to clarify the nomenclature of cultivated fruit varieties and reduce the number of synonyms in common use, William Jackson Hooker initiated a project of fruit drawings in watercolour stretching over 10 volumes. Suffering a stroke in 1820, Hooker was unable to finish the work. Four other artists, including Augusta Innes Withers and Barbara Cotton were commissioned to complete the work, ironic since Withers had been refused a position as botanical artist by Hooker's son, Joseph Dalton Hooker. Withers painted the 12 colour plates for Robert Thompson's The Gardener's Assistant (Blackie & Son, 1859), "A guide to the Formation and Management of the Kitchen, Fruit, and Flower Garden, and the cultivation of conservatory, green-house, and stove plants. With a copious calendar of gardening operations."
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  • Augusta Innes Withers née Baker est une femme peintre spécialisée dans les peinture de fleurs, née vers 1793 et morte en 1864.Elle est le peintre de fleur de la reine Adélaïde de Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849) puis de la reine Victoria (1819-1901).Seule ou aux côtés d’autres femmes artistes, elles illustrent des ouvrages d’histoire naturelle.
  • オーガスタ・イネス・ウィザース(Augusta Innes Withers、旧姓ベイカー、Baker、1793年 - 1877年)はイギリスの博物画家である。ジョン・リンドリーの『果実園芸学雑誌』("Pomological Magazine")やジェームズ・ベイトマンの『メキシコとグアテマラのラン』("Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala")の図版を描いた。アデレード王妃、ヴィクトリア女王によって常任植物画家("Flower Painter in Ordinary")に任じられ、ベンジャミン・マウンドの植物雑誌、"Botanist"や 園芸協会年報(”Transactions of the Horticultural”)や ”Illustrated Bouquet" (1857-1863)やカーチス・ボタニカル・マガジンの図版を描いた。
  • Augusta Innes Withers (née Baker) (1793-1877), was an English natural history illustrator, known for her illustrating of John Lindley's Pomological Magazine and her collaboration with Sarah Drake on the monumental Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala by James Bateman. She was appointed "Flower Painter in Ordinary" to Queen Adelaide and later to Queen Victoria.
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  • Augusta Innes Withers
  • オーガスタ・ウィザース
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