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Alexander Marshal (c. 1620-82)

Auriculas c. 1650-82

RCIN 924281

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This folio illustrates fourteen examples of the auricula, commonly known as ‘Bear’s eyes’. Despite their modest size, auriculas were highly prized and exclusive flowers grown only in the finest gardens, particularly the striped varieties with notched petals of the kind shown here.