Danish Vintage Botanical Wall Chart #6a

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'Frø Tavle VI'

A stunning vintage botanical wall chart dating back to the 1940's - one of six different designs that we have available.

  • Illustrated by Ellen Backe (1891-1975) 
  • Printed in Denmark on paper between 1943-8
  • Paper Size: 510 x 700mm

Display them individually, add them to a gallery wall, or mount them in sets to create an impressive interior feature.

Postage to Mainland UK: £4.95 via signed for delivery service (or delivered free of charge with any large furniture item that requires courier delivery)

More info:
Part of a series of six botanical charts depicting several seeds in stunning detail and colour. Originally produced by three Danish seed merchants for use as educational charts within schools.

Excellent, with only a slight hint of yellowing around the edges. Salvaged from a factory clearance where they had been in storage unused for the last 60 years!

About the artist:

Ellen Backe (1891-1975), who was employed at the Horticultural Department in the period 1935-58.

This is where she created botanical illustrations while functioning as assistant for Anton Pedersen (1887-1978) - Professor in fruit growing at the Agricultural University 1923-57. He collected, categorised and described many different fruits, especially apples - local Danish apples as well foreign sorts used for years in Danish fruit growing.

This unique collection was secured by the creation of the Pomology Department at Højbakkegaard 1956-57. This Department contains a rich collection of fruits and berries grown in Denmark. The fruit collection dates back to the establishment of the Agricultural University in 1858 at which point a small fruit section constituted part of the original gardens at Frederiksberg.

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