Dracophyllum squarrosum and Clematis indivisa
Circa 1880 Current rights
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The first plant has tufts of narrow grass-like green and burgundy leaves. Each branch has clusters of small white and pink flowers at the base of the central tuft.
The second plant has one long curved plant stalk entangled with various shades of green leaves and vines. On the back of the work are the words: Clematis indivisa puawhananga. This may refer to the second plant in the painting.
Height x Width: 458 x 353mm
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