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Lilium Collection

"Lilium: A Captivating World of Beauty and Diversity" Lilium, a genus of flowering plants

Background imageLilium Collection: Lilium speciosum

Lilium speciosum. Illustration by Walter Hood Fitch from Henry John Elwes, A monograph of the genus Lilium. Date: 1877-80

Background imageLilium Collection: Plants / Lilium Tigrinum

Plants / Lilium Tigrinum
TIGER LILY

Background imageLilium Collection: Close-up of orange lilium Brunello flower, against a blue background

Close-up of orange lilium Brunello flower, against a blue background

Background imageLilium Collection: Martagon lily or Turks cap lily, Lilium martagon

Martagon lily or Turks cap lily, Lilium martagon. Handcoloured lithograph from Diederich von Schlechtendals German Flora (Flora von Deutschland), Jena, 1871

Background imageLilium Collection: Lilium cernuum

Lilium cernuum. Hand coloured lithograph by Lillian Snelling from A. Grove, A supplement to a monograph of the genus lilium by H. J. Elwes Date: 1933

Background imageLilium Collection: Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp. ), coloured X-ray

Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp. ), coloured X-ray
Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp.), coloured X-ray

Background imageLilium Collection: Species rich alpine meadow with Orange lily (Lilium bulbiferum), Meadow clary (Salvia pratensis)

Species rich alpine meadow with Orange lily (Lilium bulbiferum), Meadow clary (Salvia pratensis) and Yellow rattle (Rhinathus sp)

Background imageLilium Collection: Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis

Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis, and carnation, Dianthus caryophyllus. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imageLilium Collection: Lily pollen grain on rosemary leaf, SEM

Lily pollen grain on rosemary leaf, SEM
Lily pollen grain on rosemary leaf. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a pollen grain (yellow) from a lily flower (Lilium sp.)

Background imageLilium Collection: The Annunciation Diptych, 1433. Creator: Jan van Eyck

The Annunciation Diptych, 1433. Creator: Jan van Eyck
The Annunciation Diptych, 1433

Background imageLilium Collection: The Virgin of Humility, 1433. Creator: Fra Angelico

The Virgin of Humility, 1433. Creator: Fra Angelico
The Virgin of Humility, 1433

Background imageLilium Collection: The Annunciation, 1455. Creator: Benedetto Bonfigli

The Annunciation, 1455. Creator: Benedetto Bonfigli
The Annunciation, 1455

Background imageLilium Collection: The Annunciation, 1475. Creator: Gentile Bellini

The Annunciation, 1475. Creator: Gentile Bellini
The Annunciation, 1475

Background imageLilium Collection: The Annunciation, 1576. Creator: El Greco

The Annunciation, 1576. Creator: El Greco
The Annunciation, 1576

Background imageLilium Collection: Flowers in an Jug (verso), 1485. Creator: Hans Memling

Flowers in an Jug (verso), 1485. Creator: Hans Memling
Flowers in an Jug (verso), 1485. The jug of flowers on the reverse is one of the first independent still lifes known in art

Background imageLilium Collection: The Annunciation, 1520. Creator: Jan de Beer

The Annunciation, 1520. Creator: Jan de Beer
The Annunciation, 1520

Background imageLilium Collection: Chinese Vase with Flowers, Shell and Insects, 1609. Creator: Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder

Chinese Vase with Flowers, Shell and Insects, 1609. Creator: Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder
Chinese Vase with Flowers, Shell and Insects, 1609

Background imageLilium Collection: Flowers in a glass Vase with Fruit, 1665. Creator: Jan Davidsz de Heem

Flowers in a glass Vase with Fruit, 1665. Creator: Jan Davidsz de Heem
Flowers in a glass Vase with Fruit, 1665

Background imageLilium Collection: The virgin and the Child with Saint Catherine of Siena and Angels, 1490

The virgin and the Child with Saint Catherine of Siena and Angels, 1490. Creator: Francesco di Giorgio Martini
The virgin and the Child with Saint Catherine of Siena and Angels, 1490

Background imageLilium Collection: Decorative botanical print with daffodils, iris, lily and martagon lily

Decorative botanical print with daffodils, iris, lily and martagon lily
5855542 Decorative botanical print with daffodils, iris, lily and martagon lily; (add.info.: Five bulbous plants including white daffodil (Narcissus), yellow daffodil (Narcissus)

Background imageLilium Collection: The Superb Lily, Lilium superbum

The Superb Lily, Lilium superbum
5856488 The Superb Lily, Lilium superbum; (add.info.: The Superb Lily, Lilium superbum, from north America, engraved by J. P. Quilley after an original painting by Philip Reinagle. From Dr)

Background imageLilium Collection: Sukashiyuri lily, Lilium maculatum (Lilium venustum). Handcoloured lithograph by L

Sukashiyuri lily, Lilium maculatum (Lilium venustum). Handcoloured lithograph by L
FLO4629483 Sukashiyuri lily, Lilium maculatum (Lilium venustum). Handcoloured lithograph by L. Stroobant from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaire's Flowers of the Gardens

Background imageLilium Collection: Decorative botanical print with gladiolus, crocus, lily, amaryllis and superb lily

Decorative botanical print with gladiolus, crocus, lily, amaryllis and superb lily
5855541 Decorative botanical print with gladiolus, crocus, lily, amaryllis and superb lily; (add.info.: Five bulbous plants including scarlet gladiolus (Gladiolus cardinalis)

Background imageLilium Collection: Philadelphian lily, Lilium philadelphicum

Philadelphian lily, Lilium philadelphicum
5856375 Philadelphian lily, Lilium philadelphicum; (add.info.: Philadelphian lily, Lilium philadelphicum, with crimson, orange and yellow flowers)

Background imageLilium Collection: Study of the Ustye River near Borisoglebsk, 1911. Creator: Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky

Study of the Ustye River near Borisoglebsk, 1911. Creator: Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky
Study of the Ustye River near Borisoglebsk, 1911

Background imageLilium Collection: Two Madonna lily (Lilium candidum) flowerheads, Umbria, Italy. June

Two Madonna lily (Lilium candidum) flowerheads, Umbria, Italy. June

Background imageLilium Collection: Madonna lily or white lily, Lilium candidum

Madonna lily or white lily, Lilium candidum. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from William Curtis Botanical Magazine, London, 1794

Background imageLilium Collection: Issaquah, Washington State, USA. Fragrant water lily, considered a Class C noxious weed in this area

Issaquah, Washington State, USA. Fragrant water lily, considered a Class C noxious weed in this area

Background imageLilium Collection: L'Ermitage, 1897. Creator: Paul Berthon

L'Ermitage, 1897. Creator: Paul Berthon
L'Ermitage, 1897

Background imageLilium Collection: Yellow Lily (Lilium), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Yellow Lily (Lilium), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Yellow Lily (Lilium), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: Portrait of Fra Lorenzo da Bergamo, 1542. Creator: Lorenzo Lotto

Portrait of Fra Lorenzo da Bergamo, 1542. Creator: Lorenzo Lotto
Portrait of Fra Lorenzo da Bergamo, 1542. The Dominican preacher Fra Lorenzo from the city of Bergamo, Italy. Dressed in the robes of his order, Fra Lorenzo is linked with St

Background imageLilium Collection: Persian lily (Fritillaria persica), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Persian lily (Fritillaria persica), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Persian lily (Fritillaria persica), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: Persian lily (Fritillaria persica), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Persian lily (Fritillaria persica), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Persian lily (Fritillaria persica), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: Red lily (Lilium), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Red lily (Lilium), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Red lily (Lilium), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: Red Lily, 1728. Creator: Catharina Lintheimer

Red Lily, 1728. Creator: Catharina Lintheimer
Red Lily, 1728

Background imageLilium Collection: Sculpture: 'Chastity', by J. Durham, in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1860. Creator: Smyth

Sculpture: "Chastity", by J. Durham, in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1860. Creator: Smyth
Sculpture: "Chastity", by J. Durham, in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1860. "Chastity" is here represented in a figure which, judging from the profile presented in the Engraving

Background imageLilium Collection: Evening Bell at the Temple Kotokuji, 1867. Creator: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

Evening Bell at the Temple Kotokuji, 1867. Creator: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Evening Bell at the Temple Kotokuji, 1867. From Eight Views with Fine Tales of Warriors

Background imageLilium Collection: Mrs Georgina Maria Grenfell, died 1894, married Glyn. Creator: Robert Thorburn

Mrs Georgina Maria Grenfell, died 1894, married Glyn. Creator: Robert Thorburn
Mrs Georgina Maria Grenfell, died 1894, married Glyn, Unknown date

Background imageLilium Collection: Nenuphars, c1890s, (1956). Creator: Eugene Atget

Nenuphars, c1890s, (1956). Creator: Eugene Atget
Nenuphars, c1890s, (1956)

Background imageLilium Collection: Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: Yellow water lily (Nuphar lutea), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Yellow water lily (Nuphar lutea), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Yellow water lily (Nuphar lutea), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: Turks cap lily (Lilium martagon), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst

Turks cap lily (Lilium martagon), 1596-1610. Creators: Anselmus de Boodt, Elias Verhulst
Turks cap lily (Lilium martagon), 1596-1610. Commissioned by Emperor Rudolf II

Background imageLilium Collection: The Annunciation, 1594. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

The Annunciation, 1594. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
The Annunciation, 1594. From The Life of the Virgin, pl. 1

Background imageLilium Collection: Pink lilies and red poppy motif, Folio from the Small Clive Album, Dated 1674-1675. Creator: Unknown

Pink lilies and red poppy motif, Folio from the Small Clive Album, Dated 1674-1675. Creator: Unknown
Pink lilies and red poppy motif, Folio from the Small Clive Album (image 2 of 5), Dated 1674-1675

Background imageLilium Collection: Pink lily motif, Folio from the Small Clive Album, Dated 1674-1675. Creator: Unknown

Pink lily motif, Folio from the Small Clive Album, Dated 1674-1675. Creator: Unknown
Pink lily motif, Folio from the Small Clive Album (image 5 of 5), Dated 1674-1675

Background imageLilium Collection: Contemplative Man Seated on a Terrace, Folio from the Small Clive Album, Dated 1674-1675

Contemplative Man Seated on a Terrace, Folio from the Small Clive Album, Dated 1674-1675. Creator: Unknown
Contemplative Man Seated on a Terrace, Folio from the Small Clive Album (image 1 of 5), Dated 1674-1675

Background imageLilium Collection: Sculpture: 'Chastity', by J. Durham, in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1860. Creator: Smyth

Sculpture: "Chastity", by J. Durham, in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1860. Creator: Smyth
Sculpture: "Chastity", by J. Durham, in the Royal Academy Exhibition, 1860. "Chastity" is here represented in a figure which, judging from the profile presented in the Engraving

Background imageLilium Collection: Yellow and White Lilies, c.1780. Creator: Willem van Leen

Yellow and White Lilies, c.1780. Creator: Willem van Leen
Yellow and White Lilies, c.1780



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"Lilium: A Captivating World of Beauty and Diversity" Lilium, a genus of flowering plants, encompasses an enchanting array of species that captivate with their elegance and diversity. From the mesmerizing Lilium speciosum to the majestic Lilium auratum, each variety holds its own unique charm. Intriguingly named subspecies like Sherardia, Lilio-Narcissus, and Arachidna add an air of mystery to this already fascinating group. The vibrant orange Lilium Brunello stands out against a serene blue background in a close-up that showcases its intricate beauty. The delicate Lilium cernuum sways gracefully in the breeze while Oriental stargazer lilies reveal their captivating inner structure through colored X-ray imaging. In alpine meadows adorned with Orange lily (Lilium bulbiferum), nature paints a breathtaking picture of species richness. As we admire these exquisite blooms, we are reminded of the biblical verse "Consider the Lilies, " urging us to appreciate life's simple pleasures found in nature's creations. Among them is Lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis), whose dainty white flowers exude both fragrance and grace. Even at microscopic levels, lilium continues to amaze as seen in stunning SEM images capturing pollen grains delicately resting on rosemary leaves. This glimpse into their intricate world reminds us that beauty lies not only in what meets our eyes but also within hidden details waiting to be discovered. With countless variations within its sp. , lilium never ceases to surprise and inspire awe. Whether it be grand bouquets or single stems adorning gardens or vases alike, these magnificent flowers bring joy and wonder wherever they bloom.