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Watercolor and ink on paper illustrating the leaves, buds and flowers of the Chelonanthus grandiflorus plant in beautiful detail painted during Taylor's first expedition with William Beebe in British Guiana (now Guyana). Some common names used to identify it in the Republic of Guyana are "aha, amerindian tobacco, salidore, wild tobacco, yuriballi, and yuroballi."
Gift of the artist, 1946.
- Title: Lisyanthus grandiflorus
- Creator: Taylor, Anna Heyward, 1879-1956
- Date: March 15, 1916
- Culture: American
- School: Academic
- Dimensions: H-14 W-10 inches
- Makers Mark: lower right in graphite: "Lisyanthus grandiflorus, 'Kalacoon' - 15-3-16, Hillside Colwack alaye."
- Collection: Works on Paper Collection
- Object Name: Anna Heyward Taylor Artwork
- Other Name: Work on Paper
- Object Id: AZ 1193
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