List of illustrations

  • Magnolia altissima
  • Wildflowers, a Butterfly and a Fly
  • Christmas Rose (Helleborus niger) with Tortoiseshell Butterfly
  • Helleborus niger
  • Mary Delany (née Granville)
  • Convallaria majalis
  • Firescreen
  • Dr. Patrick Delany
  • Gold box decorated with portraits of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Portland; Elizabeth Montagu; Mary Howard; Lady Andover; and Mary Pendarves
  • Outline drawings of sprigs of flowers for embroidery
  • Front petticoat panel, detail from right half
  • Swift and Swans Island in the Garden of Delville, Dublin
  • A Cott in Blank – The Peacefull Residence of your Faithful MD, 1744
  • Garden temple at Delville
  • A British flora after the sexual system of Linnaeus
  • Citrus Medica
  • A Stem of Stock
  • Portrait of Mrs. Delany
  • Flora Attired by the Elements
  • George III and His Family at Windsor
  • Moss Province Rose
  • Nymphæa alba
  • Parnassia Palustris
  • Papaver Cambricum
  • Fumaria fungosa
  • Catesbæa spinosa
  • Lobelia Cardinalis
  • Helonias Asphodeloides
  • Magnolia grandiflora
  • Mirabilis longiflora
  • Oenothera grandiflora
  • Sanguinaria Canadensis
  • Cynoglossum omphalodes
  • Arctotis calendulacea
  • Erica coccinea ?
  • Cactus grandiflorus ?
  • Alstromeria Ligtu
  • Ixia crocata
  • Geranium fulgidum
  • Narcissus tazetta var: Polyanthos Narcisse
  • Pancratium Maritinum
  • Philadelphus aromaticus
  • Saxifraga stolonifera
  • Portlandia grandiflora
  • Scarlet Geranium & Lobelia Cardinalis
  • Drawing based on a mantua of c. 1740 in the Welsh Folk Museum
  • Dress, detail
  • Textile panel, framed
  • Chinese wallpaper, surviving in the dressing room, part of a scheme for the Great Apartment at Newhailes
  • Painted toile, probably commissioned by the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland for Syon House, detail
  • Temple Flower Garden of Richard Bateman’s Grove House, Old Windsor, Berkshire
  • View of Grotto and Shell Temple at Twickenham, Alexander Pope’s Garden
  • The Cave at the End of Dovedale, Derbyshire
  • Reconstruction of an auricula theatre
  • First Duchess of Beaufort’s hortus siccus, specimen of Apocynum
  • Florilegium, including the Apocynum in the center
  • A View of the Garden at Carlton House in Pall Mall, A Palace of Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales
  • The Royal Gardens of Richmond and Kew, with the Hamlet of Kew, Part of the Royal Manor of Richmond. Taken under the Direction of Peter Burrell Esqr. His Majesty’s Surveyor General by Thos. Richardson 1771
  • Passiflora Laurifolia
  • The Artist in His Studio
  • Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany
  • The Mall and St. James’s Palace
  • John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville
  • The Hon. Georgina Carteret, Later Mrs. John Spencer and Subsequently Lady Cowper
  • Catherine Douglas (née Hyde), Duchess of Queensberry
  • Family tree of the Granville, Hyde, and Leveson-Gower families
  • West End from A Plan of London and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark, detail
  • Ten Miles Round London, detail
  • The Thames from the Terrace of Somerset House, Looking toward Westminster
  • Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Anspach
  • Princesses Anne, Amelia, and Caroline
  • Augusta, Princess of Wales, with Members of Her Family and Household
  • Patrick Delany
  • Double Portrait of Bishop Robert Clayton (1695–1758) and his Wife Katherine (née Donnellan) (d.1766)
  • A View of St. James’s Square London
  • A Numerical Register of all His Majesty’s Leasehold Houses . . . between St. James’s Street & Green Park, etc., 10 April 1769
  • Silhouettes depicting a game of chess, probably with Thomas Thynne, third Viscount Weymouth, and Elizabeth Thynne, third Viscountess Weymouth, and her children
  • George III
  • Frances Boscawen
  • Queen Charlotte with Members of her Family
  • Mantua
  • Left half of the front petticoat panel, detail
  • Tea Party at Lord Harrington’s House, St. James’s, detail
  • Giving a HAND in a MINUET
  • Back petticoat panel
  • Dress fabric
  • Panel
  • Design for woven silk
  • Mantua
  • Apron
  • Stomacher
  • Dress fabric
  • Design for woven silk
  • Workbag
  • Design for woven silk
  • Petticoat from a mantua
  • Mantua
  • Court dress
  • Woman’s court dress
  • Man’s brocaded silk waistcoat
  • Toasting Muffins, Vide Royal Breakfast
  • Frying Sprats, Vide Royal Supper
  • Records of Fashion 1809
  • The Court at St. James's
  • A View of the Ball at St. James’s on the King’s Birth Day June 4, 1782
  • A Peep at the Plenipo-!!!
  • Inconveniences of a Crowded Drawing Room
  • Dressing for a Birthday
  • Sleeve of a woman’s court mantua
  • Court mantua
  • Man’s waistcoat, detail
  • Silk apron, detail
  • Bodice-Coat Flannel the Bottom Worked
  • A wooden box, decorated on the outside with paper quill work and watercolors
  • Ribbon embroidery on the inside of the lid of a workbox
  • Marquetry workbox
  • Painted workbox in the shape of a cottage
  • The Fair Lady Working Tambour
  • Embroidered linen sheet
  • Waistcoat panel
  • Settee seat cover
  • A frieze of feathers in the drawing room at A la Ronde, Devon
  • A shell-encrusted surround to a window in the Shell Gallery at A la Ronde, Devon
  • A shellwork vase
  • Crewelwork bed curtain, detail
  • Newark House, Gloucestershire
  • Hanbury Pools, Worcestershire
  • Delville fireside 27 Feby 1750/51
  • Landscape with Le Tombeau de Letitia
  • Italianate Landscape
  • Landscape with Ruins
  • Head of an Old Woman
  • A View of Bulstrode Park
  • Portrait of Rosalba Carriera
  • Rocky Landscape with a Blasted Tree
  • Title-plate to A New Drawing Book for ye Use of His Royal Highness ye Duke of Cumberland, Their Royal Highness the Princess Mary, and Princess Louisa
  • A North View of the City of Bath
  • Rhoda (née Delaval), Lady Astley
  • Two Chained Hunting Dogs
  • A Dog Chasing Wild Fowl
  • A Young Couple Crossing a Stile in a Castle Garden
  • The Arbour Oak, Bradley, Worcestershire
  • A Woman Sketching the Lake at Seaforde, County Down
  • Mary Howard, Viscountess Andover
  • Three Women and Cow
  • Woman with Basket or Coracle
  • A Woman Sketching the Tree-Seat on Wood Island, Hollymount, near Downpatrick, Co. Down
  • The Evergreen Grove at Delville with Dublin Bay in the Distance
  • A Closet at Wimbledon Park, Surrey
  • Design for an Italianate interior
  • Tribune at Strawberry Hill
  • Fan, oriental design with rococo
  • Japanned box
  • Portland Museum
  • Aphaca
  • Hans Sloane plates
  • View of Dublin Bay from the Bow Window in the Artist's Closet
  • A Perspective View of the Grotto
  • Design L
  • First Duchess of Beaufort’s hortus siccus
  • Pyrus Cydonia
  • Fumaria fungosa
  • Interior of Leverian Museum; View as It Appeared in the 1780s
  • Unnamed tulip cultivar
  • Dracæna terminalis
  • Great Parterre at Longleat, detail
  • Primula veris
  • The Beggar's Hut in the Gardens of Delville, Dublin
  • A Woman Sketching the Improvements in Lord Clarendon's Stone Quarry at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
  • The Chinese Seat at Wroxton Abbey, Oxfordshire
  • The Cascade at Matlock House, Derbyshire
  • Prospect of Buenos Aires the Seat of Benjamin Hyett Esq. near Panswyke [Painswick House] Gloucestershire
  • Bouquet of Flowers
  • Carolina Brown Squirrel with Birds, Butterflies and Flowers
  • Subscribers’ page from Twelve Months of Flowers
  • Antirrhinum CYMBALARIA
  • Phallus Found at Bulstrode Nov. 12 1763
  • Study of English Wildflowers of Field and Wood
  • Copy of Ehret’s Study, with Pheasant Eye and a peacock butterfly added
  • A Cabbage-Leaf filled with Field Flowers
  • ASTRANTIA foliis quinquelobis...with RESEDA Aegyptiaca
  • Echinopus major I.B.
  • Papaver Cambricum
  • Magnolia grandiflora, detail
  • Amygdalus Persica
  • Phlox suaveolens
  • Phlox suaveolens
  • Strelitzia Reginae
  • The Bridge and Grotto at Calwich House, Staffordshire
  • Grotto in the Park at Bulstrode
  • A Modern Lady
  • Snuffbox
  • Hostess at Leicester [with] A green drake Fly
  • Stomacher
  • Tab. 10 from Plantae et papiliones rariores
  • Frontispiece to Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphosibus insectorum Surinamensium, 2nd ed.
  • One of a pair of candelabra
  • Bulstrode
  • Tab. 15 from The Natural History of Many Curious and Uncommon Zoophytes…
  • Madrepora pileus
  • Plate XXXII from Flora Scotica; or, A Systematic Arrangement, in the Linnaean Method of the Native Plants of Scotland and the Hebrides, vol. 2
  • Mountain Hawksweed, with a Snail and Three Insects
  • Decorative second title page of vol. 2 of Icones Fungorum Circa Halifax Sponte Nascentis, 1786, vol. 2
  • Plate 19 from The Universal Conchologist . . .Checkered Mitre Metra Tessellata rrr [=very rare]
  • Cymbiola aulica aulica
  • Polymita picta
  • Java Hare drawn from the Life by Mrs. Delany at Bulstrode 1755
  • Fort St. Davids Bull - drawn from the Life by Mrs. Delany at Bulstrode 1755
  • The Secretary
  • Self-Portrait
  • Tabella of Linnaeus’s Sexual System
  • Yucca aloifolia
  • Rev. John Lightfoot
  • Dr. John Fothergill
  • William Aiton
  • Daniel Carlsson (later Charles) Solander (1733–1782), Sir Joseph Banks’s Assistant and Later Librarian
  • Primula Veris elatior
  • Ophris apifera
  • Ophrys apifera
  • Geranium fulgidum
  • Pelargonium quercifolium
  • Calceolaria Fothergilea
  • Calceolaria Fothergillii
  • Olea odoratissima Soland
  • Dr. William Pitcairn
  • Ipomœa rubra
  • Quamoclit pennatum, erectum, floribus in thyrsum digestis
  • Lobelia pubescens
  • Ocymum rugosum
  • A Numerical Register of all His Majesty’s Leasehold Houses . . . between St. James’s Street & Green Park, etc., 10 April 1769, detail
  • A General View of the Roads of England and Wales
  • Rubus fruticosus
  • View of Coach Travelling to West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • View of Portland Bill, Dorset
  • Crinum africanum
  • Rubus fruticosus
  • Map of routes from London to Luton Hoo
  • Map of routes from London to Luton Hoo
  • Lathyrus Sativus
  • Eryngium alpinum
  • Twenty-Five Miles Round London
  • Amaryllis Regis
  • Amaryllis ? attamyasco
  • Geranm: Inquinans
  • Geranm: Peltatum
  • Geranm: trigonum
  • Geranium macrorhizon
  • Inscription on Booth Grey album pastedown, detail
  • Geranium Macrorrhisum
  • Completed reconstruction of Geranium Macrorrhisum
  • Narcissus Poeticus
  • Completed reconstruction of Narcissus Poeticus
  • Needlework pocket-book
  • Flower, Geranium Macrorrhisum, detail
  • Leaf, Geranium Macrorrhisum, detail
  • Shagreen-covered pocket case with complete set of instruments including silver-mounted pencil
  • Bleed over and pin mark on verso of Geranium Macrorrhisum, detail
  • Collage-making process: Making watercolors (mixing pigment with gum arabic solution)
  • Collage-making process: Drawing collage elements
  • Collage-making process: Painting collage elements
  • Collage-making process: Cutting collage elements with scissors
  • Collage-making process: Attaching collage elements using tweezers
  • Collage-making process: Rubbing down collage elements using bone folder
  • Passiflora Laurifolia, detail
  • A Paper Mill with the Men at Work
  • Photomicrograph, taken in polarised light, of a blend of well-beaten linen rag fibre and hemp fibre, probably derived from sailcloth
  • Trade card for Dorothy Mercier, Printseller and Stationer
  • G watermark in Mary Delany’s Geranium fulgidum
  • Posthorn / 4 / L V GERREVINCK watermark in Mary Delany’s Amaryllis Beladonna
  • Simple fleur-de-lys watermark in Mary Delany's Amaryllis Belladonna Reginæ; countermark TF, with damaged letter F, in Mary Delany's Antirrhinum Genistifolium
  • Fleur-de-lys / GR watermark, from an unidentified maker, in Mary Delany’s Cleome Pentaphylla ?
  • Excise Duty Charge Stamp on Mary Delany’s Ludwigia ovata; Verso of Mary Delany’s Lightfootia canescens
  • Incomplete Frame Mark, one of four different Excise Duty Stamps found on wallpapers
  • Incomplete Frame Mark and Charge Mark
  • First Account Taken Stamp
  • Raking-light of Mary Delany’s Viola Calcarata, detail
  • Plate 24 of Art de faire le papier à la Chine: Les explications ont été envoyées en 1775 à m. de la Tour, par le P. Benoist missionaire Jésuite mort à Pékin
  • Liriodendron Tulipifera, detail
  • Ilex aquifolium
  • Pelargonium subcœruleum
  • Fumaria Fungosa
  • The traditional method of drying a newly formed sheet of handmade paper is to hang it over a rope, which results in a crease along the center of the sheet
  • Delville, east façade with bow window
  • Lime walk to garden temple, Delville
  • Marianna
  • Marianna
  • Marianna
  • Marianna
  • Title page, A Catalogue of Plants Copyed from Nature in Paper Mosaick, Finished in the Year 1778, and Disposed in Alphabetical Order According to the Generic and Specific Names of Linnaeus
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~The exhibition Mrs. Delany and her Circle explores the relationship among natural history, art, and sociability. Mrs. Delany, who has long been known as a distinctive voice in the literature on the eighteenth century is here revealed in the full flower of her accomplishments. This exhibition asks questions about the nature of scientific practice, the...
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The subject of this book, and the exhibition that it accompanies, was born Mary Granville on 14 May 1700 at Coulston, Wiltshire, and died Mary Delany on 15 April...
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The term “theater” has meanings beyond drama and the places associated with plays or spectacles, lectures, and medical or military operations...
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The twelve essays in Mrs. Delany and her Circle range widely but all contribute to an understanding of the mantua petticoat representing the first half of Mary’s life, and the “paper mosaicks” that are the crowning achievement of the second. In planning the exhibition, we...
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In her seventies, which coincided with the seventies of her century, Mary Delany was known for her gentility, her probity, her artistry, and her longevity This was the decade when she began her botanical paper collages, the high point of her creativity and the work for which she is...
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Most historical textiles that have survived from previous centuries in private families and public collections are now anonymous, the identities of their original makers and wearers untraceable. Examples that do have a personal association can be valuable evidence of individual tastes, skills, or way of life. The embroideries associated with Mary Delany (and in particular as Mary Pendarves) have...
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The fragments of what were believed to be Mary Delany’s famous “court dress” have proved a tantalizing jigsaw. Despite some being remade into other items (such as firescreens) when passed down through generations, the association of the striking fabric pieces with the eighteenth-century court, family heritage, and Mrs. Delany herself has stood the test of time. As revealed in the...
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The gentlewoman Mary Delany is familiar to any student of the decorative arts, since she combined a diverse art practice with voluminous opinionated correspondence. For all her familiarity, however, Delany is worth revisiting, for as a...
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The essays in this book explore many ways of assessing the reputation of Mrs. Delany: as a craftswoman with many accomplished skills in embroidery, shellwork decoration, and cut paper; as an active participant in court circles; as a botanist and landscape gardener; and as a correspondent in the eighteenth-century epistolary world. The purpose of the present essay might at first appear to be to...
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Writing from Dublin in 1747, Mary Delany addressed these lines to her sister, Anne Dewes:
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In Mrs. Delany’s lifetime, genteel women spent more time in the garden, as in the home generally, than did men...
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In Mrs. Delany’s unpublished novella, Marianna, the title character experiences trials and tribulations befitting an eighteenth-century heroine. After venturing too far down the garden path she becomes lost and eventually finds herself in a cave by the sea. She is captured by pirates and taken aboard their ship, where she meets a mysterious but handsome stranger. Although all ends...
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Horace Walpole, the fourth Earl of Orford, was loaned a copy of William Gilpin’s Remarks on Forest Scenery by Mrs. Delany in January 1782.William Gilpin, Remarks on Forest Scenery, and Other Woodland Views (Relative Chiefly to...
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~The inscriptions on the back of the “paper mosaicks” or cut-paper collages produced by Mary Delany between 1773 and 1782 form, through the medium of their locations and names, a unique and intriguing intersection of eighteenth-century preoccupations with botanical acquisition,...
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~After Mary Delany was widowed for the second time in 1768, she went to live for a large part of each year with her good friend the Duchess of Portland at Bulstrode, Buckinghamshire. As essays in this volume document, Mrs. Delany had been interested in horticulture and gardening since her youth, and she shared a great passion for all branches of natural history with the duchess.Jane Roberts, George III and Queen Charlotte: Patronage, Collecting and Court...
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~All the various strands of Mary Delany’s very rich life—gardening, botany, drawing, and paper cutting—came together in an extraordinary expression of knowledge, skill, and understanding in her hortus siccus, the ten albums of detailed and botanically accurate collages of plants that she created with cut and colored papers over a period of...
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Mrs. Delany lived in London at no. 33 St. James’s Place from 1771 until her death in 1788.See F.H.W. Sheppard ed., Survey of London: The Parish of St. James Westminster Part One South of Piccadilly...
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~Throughout the 1740s and 50s Mrs. Delany was an avid reader of contemporary novels, particularly those of Samuel Richardson, with whom she corresponded. Her most extended foray into fiction, Marianna, exhibits a mixture of...
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