One of a pair of hand coloured stereographs of a still life of Columbine flowers.
Columbine is the common name for Aquilegia, a perennial plant that is toxic.
Part of a collection of images of plants and flowers taken by Robert Harvie: 18 glass positives, one hand coloured; 46 sets of stereographs, each set consisting of two individual, identical photographs [Note two sets only have one photograph] of selected handpainted photographs of flowers, a still life with fruit and a river scene.
Description of Content
Left hand image of a still life with flowers.
Hand coloured photograph mounted on cardboard.
Donation from Miss E. Harvie
Photograph, Hand Coloured
Hand written in grey pencil on the back of the photograph; 'L'
Type of item
Image Dimensions - Photograph
162 mm (Width), 220 mm (Height)