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Rosa centifolia foliacea, leafy rose

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Rosa centifolia foliacea, leafy rose

Painting by Pierre Joseph Redoute (1759-1840) from Les Roses Vol. 1, 1817. Illustration entitled Rosier a cent feuilles foliace

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Cabbage Province Rose Cabbage Rose Eudicot Eurosid Fabidae Leafy Les Rose Moss Rose Pierre Joseph Redouté Redoute Rosa Rosaceae Angiospermae Dicot Dicotyledon Magnoliophyta Rosa Centifolia


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This exquisite painting, titled "Rosier à cent feuilles foliace" or "Leafy Rosa Centifolia," is a masterpiece by the renowned Belgian botanical artist Pierre Joseph Redoute (1759-1840). Created in 1817 as part of his famous series "Les Roses," this illustration showcases the stunning beauty of the Rosa centifolia, also known as the cabbage rose or moss rose. The Rosa centifolia is a member of the Rosaceae family, which is part of the larger group of angiosperms, dicotyledons, or eudicots. This flowering plant is known for its large, showy, and fragrant pink blooms, which are often used in perfumes and as ornamental plants. However, in this illustration, Redoute focuses on the intricacies of the Rosa centifolia's foliage, capturing the delicate details of its lobed and serrated leaves. Redoute's illustration is a testament to his exceptional artistic skill and his deep understanding of the natural world. The painting's vibrant colors and meticulous attention to detail bring the Rosa centifolia's foliage to life, revealing the beauty and complexity of this often overlooked aspect of the plant. As a member of the Magnoliophyta, or flowering plants, the Rosa centifolia is an essential part of the natural world and a source of inspiration for artists, gardeners, and scientists alike. Redoute's illustration serves as a reminder of the importance of preserving and celebrating the natural world, and of the enduring beauty and wonder that can be found in even the smallest details of the natural world.

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