This is a stunning engraving with hand coloring of a camellia flower with hot pink petals. The variety is listed as Camellia Japonica Anemoniflora. This print comes from an 1831 botanical study by William Chandler Booth and is after the drawings of Alfred Chandler. The study was titled:
Illustrations and Descriptions of the plants which compose the natural order Camellieae, and of the varieties of Cammellia Japonica, cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain.
The engraving was done by S. Watts. I have 6 of these engravings hung in my living room. You can see how beautiful they looked framed in gold here.
Size: sheet 16″L x 13″W; plate 14″L x 10.75″W.
Excellent condition overall with a slight crease on right side and stray pencil mark below right leaf.