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Cedar Collection

Cedar, a majestic symbol of strength and resilience, holds a significant place in various cultures and landscapes around the world

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedars of Lebanon

Cedars of Lebanon
Travelers stopping to rest among a grove of cedars in Lebanon. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedars of Lebanon at the foot of Mount Djebel Makhmal near Bsharre

Cedars of Lebanon at the foot of Mount Djebel Makhmal near Bsharre, Lebanon, Middle East

Background imageCedar Collection: Lebanon, Kadisha Valley, Bcharre, Cedar Forest

Lebanon, Kadisha Valley, Bcharre, Cedar Forest

Background imageCedar Collection: Sheep Hatch Camp Schools - 5 October 1945

Sheep Hatch Camp Schools - 5 October 1945
View of wooden buildings with large grass area in front George Garland Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref. No. N25498

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwing
JZ-2082 Cedar Waxwing Bombycilla cedrorum Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageCedar Collection: Dolls House of Petronella Dunois, c. 1676

Dolls House of Petronella Dunois, c. 1676
Dolls House of Petronella Dunois (1650-1695), c. 1676. Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam. Holland

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedars of Lebanon Attingham Park Shrewsbury, UK

Cedars of Lebanon Attingham Park Shrewsbury, UK
ROG-1712 CEDARS OF LEBANON Attingham Park Shrewsbury, UK. Bob Gibbons Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageCedar Collection: Bombycilla cedrorum, cedar waxwing

Bombycilla cedrorum, cedar waxwing
Plate 43 from John James Audubons Birds of America, original double elephant folio (1827-30), hand-coloured aquatint. Engraved, printed and coloured by R. Havell (& Son), London

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedars of Lebanon at the foot of Mount Djebel Makhmal near Bsharre

Cedars of Lebanon at the foot of Mount Djebel Makhmal near Bsharre, Lebanon, Middle East

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedar (Cedrus sp), male catkins releasing pollen. Surrey England, UK

Cedar (Cedrus sp), male catkins releasing pollen. Surrey England, UK

Background imageCedar Collection: The Cedars of Lebanon, by Edward Lear

The Cedars of Lebanon, by Edward Lear (1812-1888). The first version was painted in 1861; this is a later version, commissioned by Charles Roundell MP

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedars of Lebanon for Solomons Temple

Cedars of Lebanon for Solomons Temple
Solomons servants hewing the cedars of Lebanon to build the temple in Jerusalem. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageCedar Collection: Sydenham Cedar of Lebanon

Sydenham Cedar of Lebanon
Sydenham (Cedar of Lebanon) (1855). Moore, James 1819 - 1883. Date: 1855

Background imageCedar Collection: USA, Washington State. Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) on a perch, Yarrow Bay

USA, Washington State. Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) on a perch, Yarrow Bay, Kirkland, WA

Background imageCedar Collection: Scenes in Lebanon - Herods Palace, Mount Tabor, Galilee

Scenes in Lebanon - Herods Palace, Mount Tabor, Galilee
Scenes in Lebanon (then part of the wider Ottoman Empire) including the Cedars of Lebanon, the ruins of Herods Palace in Samaria, Mount Tabor

Background imageCedar Collection: Detail of the back of a chair decorated with royal names and with the spirit of millions of years

Detail of the back of a chair decorated with royal names and with the spirit of millions of years, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt

Background imageCedar Collection: CANADA: HOUSE POST. Post carved from cedar inside a Heiltsuk house at Bella Bella

CANADA: HOUSE POST. Post carved from cedar inside a Heiltsuk house at Bella Bella, on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1905

Background imageCedar Collection: AUDUBON: WAXWING. Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum)

AUDUBON: WAXWING. Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum). Engraving after John James Audubon for his Birds of America, 1827-38

Background imageCedar Collection: Golden-cheeked Warbler, Dendroica chrysoparia, male on Mountain Cedar (Juniperus ashei)

Golden-cheeked Warbler, Dendroica chrysoparia, male on Mountain Cedar (Juniperus ashei), Uvalde County, Hill Country, Texas, USA

Background imageCedar Collection: The court yard to Chateau Beychevelle in Saint Julien. Beautiful flower arrangements

The court yard to Chateau Beychevelle in Saint Julien. Beautiful flower arrangements and huge cedar tree

Background imageCedar Collection: Barbary Ape JPF 7000 Licking dew from a young Atlantic Cedar. Morocco, Northern Africa

Barbary Ape JPF 7000 Licking dew from a young Atlantic Cedar. Morocco, Northern Africa
JPF-7000 Barbary Macaque / Barbary Ape / Rock Ape - Licking dew from a young Atlantic Cedar Morocco, Northern Africa. Macaca sylvana Calling this species an ape is misleading

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedar Waxwing - with berry in mouth - Connecticut - USA - in April

Cedar Waxwing - with berry in mouth - Connecticut - USA - in April
JZ-3353 Cedar Waxwing - with berry in mouth Connecticut - USA - in April Bombycilla cedrorum Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageCedar Collection: Exeter EX7 0 Map

Exeter EX7 0 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Exeter EX7 0

Background imageCedar Collection: Fence and gate covered with snow

Fence and gate covered with snow

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedar totem pole at Victor Steinbrueck Park, Seattle, Washington, USA

Cedar totem pole at Victor Steinbrueck Park, Seattle, Washington, USA

Background imageCedar Collection: A Cedar of Lebanon (colour litho)

A Cedar of Lebanon (colour litho)
8645097 A Cedar of Lebanon (colour litho) by Thomas, Margaret (1843-1929); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Cedar of Lebanon)

Background imageCedar Collection: Cedar-Getting on the Richmond River (engraving)

Cedar-Getting on the Richmond River (engraving)
8647869 Cedar-Getting on the Richmond River (engraving) by Australian School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cedar-Getting on the Richmond River. New South Wales)

Background imageCedar Collection: A study of a Cedar tree at Merton, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)

A study of a Cedar tree at Merton, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)
7339886 A study of a Cedar tree at Merton, 1802 (watercolour, graphite) by Baxter, Thomas (1782-1821); 13x20.7 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageCedar Collection: Study of a cedar tree, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)

Study of a cedar tree, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)
7339878 Study of a cedar tree, 1802 (watercolour, graphite) by Baxter, Thomas (1782-1821); 12.2x17.3 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageCedar Collection: Study of a cedar tree, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)

Study of a cedar tree, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)
7339879 Study of a cedar tree, 1802 (watercolour, graphite) by Baxter, Thomas (1782-1821); 12.2x17.3 cm; National Maritime Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Creator: Thomas Baxter A portico at Merton)

Background imageCedar Collection: A study of a Cedar tree at Merton, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)

A study of a Cedar tree at Merton, 1802 (watercolour, graphite)
7339885 A study of a Cedar tree at Merton, 1802 (watercolour, graphite) by Baxter, Thomas (1782-1821); 13x20.7 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageCedar Collection: Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)

Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)
8630772 Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho) by Foster, William (1852-1924); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCedar Collection: 'Cedar from Lebanon' transported along the Syrian Coast (litho)

"Cedar from Lebanon" transported along the Syrian Coast (litho)
8660873 "Cedar from Lebanon" transported along the Syrian Coast (litho) by King, Cecil (1881-1942); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCedar Collection: Catfish, Cattle, Cedar, Cellar, Chain-pump, Chain-shot, Chamois, Cherry, Cherub, Chestnut, Chicken

Catfish, Cattle, Cedar, Cellar, Chain-pump, Chain-shot, Chamois, Cherry, Cherub, Chestnut, Chicken
8650039 Catfish, Cattle, Cedar, Cellar, Chain-pump, Chain-shot, Chamois, Cherry, Cherub, Chestnut, Chicken, Children (engraving) by German School

Background imageCedar Collection: Decorative botanical print with juniper, cedar and spruce

Decorative botanical print with juniper, cedar and spruce
5855560 Decorative botanical print with juniper, cedar and spruce; (add.info.: Five evergreen trees, including juniper tree with berries (Juniperus communis), Lebanon cedar (Cidri lebani)

Background imageCedar Collection: Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)

Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)
8630749 Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho) by Foster, William (1852-1924); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCedar Collection: LEBANON (C19th). Cedar forest. Illustration of 1880 (engraving)

LEBANON (C19th). Cedar forest. Illustration of 1880 (engraving)
AIS5394529 LEBANON (C19th). Cedar forest. Illustration of 1880 (engraving); Private Collection; © Lorio / Iberfoto

Background imageCedar Collection: USA, Washington State. Raindrops on Cedar

USA, Washington State. Raindrops on Cedar

Background imageCedar Collection: Archaeological Relics at Enfield, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Archaeological Relics at Enfield, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Archaeological Relics at Enfield, 1858. Remains of the Old Church, these arches were discovered in picking off the plaister...during repairs...They were possibly, with the tower

Background imageCedar Collection: Half through the cedars, Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George, N.Y. between 1900 and 1905

Half through the cedars, Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George, N.Y. between 1900 and 1905. Creator: Unknown
Half through the cedars, Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George, N.Y. between 1900 and 1905

Background imageCedar Collection: Foret de cedres; Afrique du nord, 1914. Creator: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont

Foret de cedres; Afrique du nord, 1914. Creator: Jules Gervais-Courtellemont
Foret de cedres; Afrique du nord, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageCedar Collection: Old Cedars, Coast of Maine, 1880. Creator: James David Smillie

Old Cedars, Coast of Maine, 1880. Creator: James David Smillie
Old Cedars, Coast of Maine, 1880

Background imageCedar Collection: The Cedars of Lebanon, 1858. Creator: Edward Lear

The Cedars of Lebanon, 1858. Creator: Edward Lear
The Cedars of Lebanon, 1858

Background imageCedar Collection: Italy, Villa Bel Riposo, Fiesole i.e. San Domenico, 'Cedars of Lebanon', 1925

Italy, Villa Bel Riposo, Fiesole i.e. San Domenico, "Cedars of Lebanon", 1925. Frances Benjamin Johnston displayed this image in her 1926 Ferargil Galleries exhibition

Background imageCedar Collection: Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy, 1925. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy, 1925. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy, 1925

Background imageCedar Collection: The Cedar of Lebanon, in the Jardin des Plantes, c1800. Creator: Jean-Pierre Houel

The Cedar of Lebanon, in the Jardin des Plantes, c1800. Creator: Jean-Pierre Houel
The Cedar of Lebanon, in the Jardin des Plantes, c1800

Background imageCedar Collection: Shaker Cedar Basket, 1935/1942. Creator: Edward D. Williams

Shaker Cedar Basket, 1935/1942. Creator: Edward D. Williams
Shaker Cedar Basket, 1935/1942

Background imageCedar Collection: Arikara medicine ceremony-the Bears, c1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Arikara medicine ceremony-the Bears, c1908. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Arikara medicine ceremony-the Bears, c1908. Photo shows six men standing in line in front of cedar tree, holding rattles and singing



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Cedar, a majestic symbol of strength and resilience, holds a significant place in various cultures and landscapes around the world. One cannot help but be captivated by its timeless beauty and rich history. In Lebanon's breathtaking Kadisha Valley, nestled in the enchanting town of Bcharre, lies the awe-inspiring Cedar Forest. These ancient trees stand tall as living witnesses to centuries gone by. The Cedars of Lebanon at the foot of Mount Djebel Makhmal near Bsharre are particularly renowned for their grandeur. Across continents, even in unexpected places like Attingham Park in Shrewsbury, UK, you can find remnants of this remarkable species. The Dolls House of Petronella Dunois from 1676 proudly displays miniature cedar furniture showcasing its enduring allure. Nature enthusiasts are often treated to delightful encounters with the Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum), a charming bird known for its vibrant plumage and fondness for cedar berries. Its presence adds an extra touch of magic to any cedar-filled landscape. The significance of cedars extends beyond aesthetics; they hold cultural and historical importance too. From Edward Lear's poetic masterpiece "The Cedars of Lebanon" to serving as materials for Solomon's Temple or being featured at Sheep Hatch Camp Schools on October 5th, 1945 – these trees have left an indelible mark on literature, religion, and human experiences throughout time. Even male catkins releasing pollen from Surrey England's Cedar (Cedrus sp) remind us that amidst their grandeur lies intricate biological processes vital for sustaining life itself. So let us celebrate this magnificent tree – a testament to endurance against all odds. Whether it be standing tall among Lebanon's mountains or gracing gardens across distant lands, cedar continues to inspire awe and admiration wherever it grows.