Lucy T Smith was recently asked to do a video for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
The full film - which is 40 minutes long - was produced as part of their current display of Renaissance Watercolours.
This is the 40 minute video - enjoy!
Sit back and relax as award winning botanical artist Lucy T Smith paints a watercolour of a pomegranate using traditional techniques.
Lucy T Smith is a highly regarded botanical illustrator who has won a number of international awards.
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Renaissance Watercolours - at the V&A Museum
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The Tradescants' Orchard is a contemporary exhibition comprising watercolours by fifty eminent botanical artists is to be staged alongside a display of ‘The Tradescants’ Orchard’, a seventeenth-century volume of sixty-six watercolours depicting fruit varieties that John Tradescant and his son might have grown in their market garden at Lambeth.
The Tradescants' Orchard is a practical document that records the size, colour and texture of fruit with their ripening dates.
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