Convolvulus Seasideiensis

Convolvulus Seasideiensis.
“This delicate Animal has been see in great Abundance this Autumn all round the Coast. It flourishes best in exposed situations, and during [Inclement], windy Weather.

19th Century School in the Manner of Edward Lear (1812-1888) – Ink drawing – “Convolvulus Seasideiensis” – a figure by the seaside with skirt blowing up in the wind with text below and one other drawing – profile of a gentleman reading a book, each 6.75ins x 4.5ins, in ebonised frame and glazed.

The Saleroom.

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