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Untitled (An Annona squamosa - sweetsop - plant)

c.1850

Unknown Artist (Company School)

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Untitled (An Annona squamosa - sweetsop - plant)

Date

c.1850

Description

Opaque watercolour painting on mica of an Annona squamosa (sweetsop) plant. The tree or shrub has a woody trunk with numerous smaller branches growing off it, which bear small green leaves. One branch has a large green fruit, commonly referred to as a sugar-apple. The plant is depicted against a low buff foreground and uncoloured background.
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Jamaica

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