Flower pictures from just a little while back. One with a few mice, too. German. Johanna Helena Herolt-Graff, botanical artist. Living from 1668 to 1723, she was the daughter of Maria Sibylla Merian and had a father who was an artist too.

“Study of a Lily, Columbines and other Flowers.” ca. 1702-1711.  German. Watercolor and gouache on vellum. Attributed to Herolt-Graff. Image © 2021 Arader Galleries. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via https://aradernyc.com/products/herolt-graff-johanna-helena-1668-1717-attributed-to-study-of-a-lily-columbines-and-other-flowers-ca-1702-1711
“White Cyclamen.” After 1691. German. Watercolor and gouache over black chalk or charcoal, on vellum. Collections of the Städel Museum. Image © 2021 Städel Museum. Fair use license. via https://sammlung.staedelmuseum.de/en/work/white-cyclamen
“Three mice nibbling fruit.” Undated. German. Watercolor on parchment. Image © Morgan Library and Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.themorgan.org/drawings/item/144559

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