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Tradescant collection.

John Tradescant

Tradescant collection.

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Published by Hewett in London .
Written in English

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  • Tradescant, John, -- ca.1570-ca.1637.

  • Edition Notes

    Facsimile reprint, originally published London, Grismond, 1656 under title Museum Tradescantianum, or, a collection of rarities preserved at South-Lambeth neer London.

    ContributionsTradescant, John, ca.1570-ca.1637.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14511865M


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John Tradescant the Elder (/ t Tradescant collection. book ə ˈ d ɛ s k ə n t /; c. s – 15–16 April ), father of John Tradescant the Younger, was an English naturalist, gardener, collector and 18 June he married Elizabeth Day of Meopham in Kent, England.

She had been baptised on 22 Tradescant collection. book and was Tradescant collection. book daughter of Jeames Day, also of Meopham. The Tradescant Collection (The Ashmolean, Oxford) Selected items from the Tradescant Collection.

Tradescant collection. book House (The Vauxhall Society, London). Chelsea Physic Garden The Chelsea Physic Garden was founded inas the Apothecaries' Garden, with the. John Tradescant the Younger (/ t r ə ˈ d ɛ s k ə n t /; 4 August – 22 April ), son of John Tradescant the Elder, was a botanist and standard author abbreviation Trad.

is applied to species he : 4 AugustMeopham, Kent. John Tradescant collection. book, (born Tradescant collection. book. 4,Meopham, Kent, Eng.—died ApSouth Lambeth, near London), British naturalist and son of Charles I’s naturalist and gardener, also John Tradescant, whom he succeeded in the same post.

Tradescant collection. book added to his father’s collection of natural history objects, ultimately forming a significant collection acquired principally from Algiers and. #1 New York Times bestselling author and “queen of royal fiction” (USA Tradescant collection.

book Philippa Gregory brings to life the passionate, turbulent times of seventeenth-century England as seen through the eyes of the country’s most famous royal gardener.

John Tradescant’s fame and skill as a gardener are unsurpassed in seventeenth-century England, but it is his clear-sighted honesty and loyalty Reviews:   Ashmole used the collection as the basis of the collection that formed the basis of Tradescant collection.

book is now called the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Tradescant elder and younger are both buried in a shared outdoor tomb in the graveyard of St Mary-at-Lambeth Church, near the tomb of Captain Bligh (he of the ship Bounty fame.).

Tradescant & Son is a collection of unusual and exquisite printed linens, wallpapers and velvets for interior design. The designs were inspired by John Tradescant, the 16th and 17th century collector and gardener, and by the fashion for cabinets of curiosity in Europe at that time.

In this enthralling, freestanding sequel to Earthly Joys, Gregory combines a wealth of gardening knowledge with a haunting love story that spans two continents and two cultures, making Virgin Earth a tour de force of revolutionary politics and passionate characters.

As England descends into civil war, John Tradescant the Younger, gardener to King Charles I, finds his loyalties in question, his /5(). John Tradescant the Younger. Birth date: 4 August Birth Place: Meopham, Kent Date of Death: 22 April Place of Death: London, England. He was buried beside his father in the churchyard of St-Mary-at-Lambeth which is now established as the Museum of Garden History.

In his will, dated 4 Apriland proved on 5 MayTradescant collection. book made his wife the sole executrix, and Children: John Tradescant, Frances Norman. In Tradescant published his ‘Museum Tradescant collection.

book or a Collection of Rarities, preserved at South Lambeth, near London,’ dedicated to the president and fellows of the College of Physicians. Probably the book had been printed some time before, since in the preface the writer says: ‘About three years ago. Earthly Joys (Tradescant, #1) and Virgin Earth (Tradescant, #2) Home; Tradescant Series.

2 primary works • 2 total works. Book 1. Earthly Joys. Tradescant collection. book by Philippa Gregory. Ratings Reviews published 24 editions #1 New York Times bestselling author and "queen Series Works: Earthly Joys, Virgin Earth. Frances Tradescant (c–after ) was the daughter of John Tradescant collection.

book the Younger. She married Alexander Tradescant collection. book in She is portrayed with her brother and step-mother in another painting (see 'Hester Tradescant and her Stepchildren, John and Frances', British School).

The Tradescant were earthly but inspired, dreaming of a well-mulched Eden on the Thames. Father and son traveled to three of the four known continents and the collection they made was a ‘world of wonders in one closet shut’. Image: Tradescant the Elder, Unknown artist, Harding Collection.

John Tradescant the Younger has inherited his father’s unique collection of plants along with his unerring ability to nurture them. But as gardener to Charles I, he confronts an unbearable dilemma when England descends into Civil War.

Fleeing from the chaos, John travels to. MLA Format. Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. "Tradescant, Millet's and Amber-heart cherries." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. Earthly Joys is the first book I've read by Gregory. Earthly Joys opens in with the death of Queen Elizabeth and the succession of her cousin King James VI of Scotland - the beginning the Stuart reign of England.

Earthly Joys is written through the eyes of and life of gardener John Tradescant/5. After acquiring the Tradescant Ark, Ashmole cut a deal with Oxford to house the collection, and to construct a special building for it. InOxford agreed, and the result was the Ashmolean (not Tradescant) Museum.

Ashmole intended to contribute his own collection as well, of coins, medals, and seals, but a fire ate his collection in The curious gardener Inanyone who spent a day at John Tradescant’s house and garden in south Lambeth could discover more curiosities than a man might see in a lifetime of travel.

Tradescant’s ‘Ark’, a must-see attraction for half a century, was Britain’s first museum. Tucked away in a pretty garden that was once an old churchyard near the River Thames is an extraordinary, richly-carved tomb. Decorated with exotic scenes and creatures, it marks the resting place of members of the Tradescant family, who made a name for themselves in the 17th Century collecting plants and other curiosities from all over the world.

John Tradescant the Younger (4 August – 22 April ), son of John Tradescant the elder, was a botanist and gardener, born in Meopham, Kent and educated at The King's School, Canterbury.

[1] Unlike his father, who collected specimens that other people brought back for him, he went in person to Virginia between (and possibly two more trips bythough Potter and other. In the mid-seventeenth century, John Tradescant the Elder and his son John (the Younger), both naturalists, botanists, and travelers, assembled one of the earliest known English cabinets of curiosities.

Tradescant the Younger published a catalog of the collection, of which the Folger holds a copy. By looking at the catalog’s structure and. John Tradescant (I) was born in Suffolk circaalthough some sources say he was born in The Netherlands. He died on or about 15 April His son, John Tradescant (II), was born in Meopham, Kent, on or about 4 August He died in South Lambeth, Surrey, 22 April Tradescant the Elder introduced lilac to England in   Tradescant & Son Archive Collection Published on A collection of stationery and gift products originally from Natural History and now rebranded as Tradescant & Son.

Yet what really set Tradescant apart was his magpie spirit, a fascination for the marvellous that drove him to amass a collection of ethnological novelties that he displayed in the upstairs room Author: Kate Colquhoun.

This is Britain's oldest public museum, founded in when the collection of John Tradescant the Elder and his son was donated to Oxford University. Today the Ashmolean is. Needing someone to care for his two children by a previous marriage, as well as for the Tradescant collection of rare objects and the Ark, the family's famous garden, John weds Hester.

Tradescant the Younger died in and after Hester Tradescant was found drowned in her garden pond, the Tradescants’ neighbour, the ‘wily’ lawyer Elias Ashmole, who had helped catalogue their collection, inherited it.

He bequeathed it to the University of. 11 Mar - Explore kates's board "John tradescant" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Botanical prints, Botanical art and Botanical illustration pins. Collection Online. The Ashmolean has embarked on a major project to digitise its collections with an initial target of making 25% of the museum's objects available online by We will be adding and updating records every month.

For more information on the project see About. Tradescant & Son. likes. Tradescant & Son is the extraordinary new textiles collection from design studio Tradescant based in the Ribble Valley. Visit us at lowers: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Tradescant Novels: Earthly Joys 1 by Philippa Gregory (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products!5/5(3). John Tradescant the Elder. Birth date: c Birth Place: probably born in Suffolk, England. Date of Death: Place of Death: London Burial 17 April - churchyard of St-Mary-at-Lambeth, which is now the Museum of Garden History.

Epitaph on the Tradescant Tomb: "A world of wonders in one closet shut, These famous Antiquarians that had been, Both Gardiners to the Rose Children: John Tradescant, the Younger, John Tradescant the Younger. Download BibTeX citations. @book{bhl, title = {Musaeum Tradescantianum, or, A collection of rarities preserved at South-Lambeth neer London }.

23 Dec - Explore amynicholasid's board "John Tradescant" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Botanical prints, Botanical illustration and Botanical art pins. Musaeum Tradescantianum, or, A collection of rarities preserved at South-Lambeth neer London, published inis a catalog of curiosities and trees, shrubs and plants assembled by father and son, both named John Tradescant, from far-flung printing of the contents of the house and gardens, dubbed the Ark, was paid for by Elias Ashmole, who, in turn, under murky circumstances.

On 4 April Hester Pookes Tradescant was found drowned in her own shallow pond at South Lambeth. With her death the final obstacle was cleared for her neighbor, Elias Ashmole, "the greatest virtuoso and curioso that ever was known or read of in England before his time," to assume possession of the collections that had once populated Tradescant's Ark-collections built over generations by.

Hester was the wife of John the Younger Tradescant and the original keeper of what became the Ashmolean Museum. Hester sadly died by drowning in her own pond in at which point Elias Ashmole inherited the collection. John is wearing a dark grey doublet with smallish tabs at the waist and some nice, though not exceptional linen around his.

Tradescant synonyms, Tradescant pronunciation, Tradescant translation, English dictionary definition of Tradescant. n 1. In my book The Cyprus Orchard, I included a quote from John Tradescant, the great plant hunter, which reads we see the collection of John Tradescant, which contained a vast collection of items from all over the world.

Not in a long time have I enjoyed a book by Philippa Gregory so much. Set in the early seventeenth century when England was on the brink of entering into the modern world, this book follows the story of John Tradescant, a gardener who loyally follows two great men: Robert Cecil, and then George Villiers, Duke of : Peter Mundy's description of the Tradescants' Ark in his travel diary () [4] In a catalogue of the Tradescant collection, published inthese objects are thus described: "Mechanick artificiall Works in CarvingsA Cherry-stone, upon on side S.

George and the Dragon, perfectly cut: and on the other side 88 Emperours faces. OCLC Number: Language Note: English or Latin. Notes: Catalog of a pdf made by Pdf Tradescant and his son (also named John) and left by the latter to Elias Ashmole, who presented it to Oxford University inwhere it formed the nucleus of the old Ashmolean Museum (the first natural history museum in Great Britain), but was later dispersed.John Tradescant the Younger (4 August – 22 April ), son of John Tradescant the elder, was a botanist and gardener, download pdf in Meopham, Kent and educated at The King’s School, Canterbury.

Unlike his father, who collected via other people bringing back specimens, he went in person to Virginia between (and possibly two more trips bythough Potter and other authors doubt.The church was rebuilt and the Tradescant tomb revealed, including the neighbouring tomb ebook Captain Bligh who's ship was used for many of the collection voyages.

In the Museum of Garden History in Lambeth London, was opened by the Queen Mother with Prince Charles as patron.