Deyrolle: French Botanical Art

21 Nature Prints for a Picture-Perfect Home



ISBN: 9782081522060 Category:

Emmanuelle Polle


This selection of vintage French botanical prints from Deyrolle showcases botany as science and art in an ode to the plant kingdom.

From exotic fruit to strawberry blossoms, palm trees to conifers, and grains to aromatic herbs, this selection of exquisite drawings and engravings showcases the charm of French botanical art. Iconic vintage prints of leaf morphology, root vegetable varietals, and a map of France’s fruit trees are reproduced from the archives of Deyrolle-a legendary Parisian establishment dedicated to nature, art, and education. Each print celebrates the majesty of the natural world and will add a touch of French sophistication to your home.

A scientific description of each botanical specimen is accompanied by a “frameable fact” that explains the importance and specificities of that particular plant. The twenty-one high-quality reproductions can be easily detached from the book, placed into standard-size frames, and displayed in the home. Step-by-step tips for grouping the works together harmoniously add an interior designer’s flair to the ensemble. Curate your own home gallery of affordable and finely reproduced art with the Frameables series of decorative prints; the frame-worthy subjects include the Animal Kingdom, Cloudscapes, Tthe Great Outdoors, and City Lights.

Additional information

Weight 526 g
Dimensions 24.1 x 30.1 cm
Publisher name Flammarion S.A.
Publication date 1 January 2021
Number of pages 44
Format Paperback / softback
Contributors Foreword by Louis Albert de Broglie
Dimensions 24.1 x 30.1 cm
Weight 526 g


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Louis Albert de Broglie, known as the Gardener Prince, is passionate about preserving biodiversity and promoting sustainable development. He owns Deyrolle, the fabled Parisian institution dedicated to nature, art, and education; Deyrolle is an official partner of COP21 and UNESCO.

Emmanuelle Polle is a historian and journalist. She published Jean Patou: A Fashionable Life (Flammarion, 2013) and curated an exhibition on Christian Bérard at the Musée d'art moderne Richard Anacréon in Granville, France, in 2011.