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Hetley, Georgina Burne, 1832?-1898 :Sturt's desert pea, Australia. [1889?]

Reference Number: B-073-006

A single stalk of the red and black flowering pea, Sturt's desert pea, a native of Australia, possibly painted in 1889 when the artist visited Australia.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Natural history drawings and Watercolours, related to Georgina Burne Hetley, National Library Gallery Wild things; botanical and zoological art from the Alexander Turnbull Library, Australia, Flowers - Australia and Leguminosae.

Part of:
Hetley, Georgina Burne, 1832?-1898 :Sturt's desert pea, Australia. [1889?], Reference Number B-073-006 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour, 200 x 152 mm. Single art work

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