Icones plantarum Indiae orientalis, or Figures of Indian plants.

by Robert Wight

Publisher: J.B.Pharoah/Franck & Co. in Madras

Written in English
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In 6 volumes.

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Madras Icones plantarum Indiae Orientalis (6vols.) Robert Wight () Illustrations mainly by Indian artists Rungiah and Govindoo ; Paris Iconographie du genre Camellia Lorenzo Berlèse (–) Die Natzlichen Und Schadlichen Schwamme Harald . He made use of local artists to make illustrations of the plants around him. He learned the art of lithography and used it to publish the Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis (Illustrations of the plants of Eastern India) in six volumes in He spent the time between in India and devoted most of that time to the study of plants. Icones and Descriptiones Plantarum Quae Aut Sponte in Hispania Crescunt Aut in Hortis Hospitantur by A. J. Cavanilles and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Though his descriptions were published posthumously in the Flora Indica (see below), this work was unillustrated, and in total only , a small percentage of the many drawings done for him, were actually published, appearing in his Plants of the Coast of Coromandel and also in Robert Wight's Icones plantarum Indiae Orientalis. The present.

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With vol. 3 is bound: General index of the plants described as figured in Dr. Wight's work entitle "Icones plantarum Indiae Orientalis." London, B. Quaritch Ltd., Preface signed by H. Cleghorn. Description: 3 volumes plates 24 cm. Contents: V. Text and plates --v. Plates --v.

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Robert Wight MD FRS FLS (6 July – 26 May ) was a Scottish surgeon in the East India Company, whose professional career was spent entirely in southern India, where his greatest achievements were in botany – as an economic botanist and leading taxonomist in south contributed to the introduction of American a taxonomist he described new genera and.

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1 (transcription project) and Vol. 2 (transcription project) Notice (with a plate) of the Cassia Burmanni, with Remarks on the Materia Medica of India. Works about Wight. Rungiah aka Rungia or Rungia Raju was a 19th-century Indian botanical illustrator, noted for producing a large number of images for Robert Wight's books on Indian flora.

The Raju family were painters of the Kshatriya caste of Tanjore, and were originally from the Telugu-speaking region in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Robert Wight took up a post in India in as first assistant surgeon and.

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Robert Wight's Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis or Figures of Indian Plants, while being a compilation of flora from Madras, famously lacks any prints of palms.Icones plantarum, or Figures, with brief descriptive characters and.The ‘Icones’ ran to six volumes (–53), containing in all over 2, plates, and during his entire Indian career of thirty-five years he described nearly three thousand species of Indian plants.

Wight remained at Coimbatore till Marchwhen he retired.