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Botany of Robert Wight
Henry J. Noltie
March 30, 2006 by Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd .
Written in English
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About this book Noltie's monograph deals with Robert Wight, a Scottish surgeon working for the East India Company. Wight was the most prolific taxonomist working in South India in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Together with George Walker Arnott, his collaborator in Scotland, he described new species and new genera. A.R.G. Gantner, - Biography & Autobiography - pages 0 Reviews Deals with the Botany of Robert Wight an early botanistdoing work in the orient.
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Contributions to the botany of India by Robert Wight. Publication date Publisher Parbury, Allen & Co. Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The herbarium part of the work is complete, and has recently been published under the auspices of the International Association of Plant Tax- onomists as The Botany of Robert Wight(forming Regnum Vegetabilevolume ), listing Wight’s new taxa and their types, with supplementary information on collectors, locali- ties, and a bibliography of Wight’s.
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Robert Wight and the Illustration of Indian Botany The Hooker Lecture - Read at the Linnean Society of London, 8th December By Henry Noltie Extract: In Wight’s broader interests and anatomical training were recognised, when he was appointed to the medical superintendence of the Public Cattle Depot near Mysore.
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Book 1, The Life and Work of Robert Wight, provides the definitive biography of Wight. Book 2, Botanical Drawings by Rungia & Govindoo: the Wight Collection, is a lavishly illustrated catalogue of the botanical drawings including information on the plants that are illustrated.
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Desc: Includes hand coloured illustrations Prov: Book-plate of Mr. Craig, Surgeon, Ludgate Lodge, Ratho Note: Robert Wight was born at Milton, East Lothian, and educated at the High School and the University of Edinburgh. In he entered the service of the East India Company and was stationed at Madras.
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Robert Wight. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Live Statistics. English Articles. Improved in 24 Hours. Added in 24 Hours. Languages. Recent. ROBERT WIGHT AND THE ILLLUSTRATION OF INDIAN BOTANY 5demonstrated in a rhododendronthat he discovered in Sikkim in, and dedicated to Wight, the‘distinguished Indian botanist andpersonal friend’ (Fig.
1).This print was based on one ofHooker’s own sketches, workedup and lithographed by WalterHood Fitch: a ﬁne example. He also printed works of East Asian natural history including Robert Wight's Illustrations of Indian Botany (–) (second volume only, the first part having been printed earlier by J.B.
Pharoah, Madras), the second volume of the imposing Spicilegium Neilgherrense () and the last three volumes of Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis. Illustration by Rangaiah from the rare book ‘Indian Botany’ by Robert Wight The Portuguese had the first-mover advantage.
Cell biologist Annamma Spudich, who curated the exhibition Such Treasure and Rich Merchandize: Indian Botanical Knowledge in 16th and 17th Century European Books in Bengaluru, traced the beginning of botanical art.
Ebook Download Botany Robert Wight Noltie Henry PDF online here. Reading eBooks Botany Robert Wight Noltie Henry. Get this book as soon as possible. The luggage weighed 2 tons. These specimens were studied and used by Dr.
George Arnott Walker-Arnott, Professor of Botany at the University of Glasgow. Wight also published the Spicilegium Neilgherrense in two volumes with coloured plates.
Robert Wight (July 6, – ) was a Scottish surgeon and botanist who spent 30 years in studied botany in Edinburgh under John Hope. He was the director of the Botanic Garden in made use of local artists to make illustrations of.
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Discover our full range of books, gifts, toys, stationery and audiobooks at Buy online with Free UK Delivery on Orders Over £ Robert Wight (6 July – 26 May ) was a Scottish surgeon and botanist who spent 30 years in studied botany in Edinburgh under John was the director of the Botanic Garden in made use of local artists to make illustrations of.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wight, Robert, Icones plantarum Indiae Orientalis. Weinheim, J. Cramer; New York, Hafner Pub. Co., Robert Wight () from the artists Rungiah and Govindoo.
The first volume documents Wight's life and work as an East India Company surgeon and his major contributions to taxonomy and economic botany.
The third volume is a travelogue, describing the author's journeys in search of Wight in Britain and India. Book 1 describes Wight's life and career, his work as a taxonomist and his botanical explorations, particularly in the Nilgiri Hills, which he visited in - 27 and again in - In Book 2 some of the drawings commissioned between and by Robert Wight ( - ) from the artists Rungiah and Govindoo are reproduced.
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Wight, Robert, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Madras:published by J. B. Pharoah for the author,Robert Wight. Start this Book. Publisher: Madras: J.B. Pharoah for the author. Title: Illustrations of Indian botany. Description: Desc: Includes hand coloured illustrations Prov: Book-plate of Mr.
Craig, Surgeon, Ludgate Lodge, Ratho Note: Robert Wight was born at Milton, East Lothian, and educated at the High School and the University of.