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This illustration of a "late rose tulip" was published in an issue of Haarlem's Flora, a Dutch catalogue of flowers from the 1870s.
Though this piece was painted some 250 years after the "tulip mania", breeding and collecting tulips remained a fascination in Nothern Europe. The varieties depicted in this illustration even resemble the "Semper Augustus", famously the most expensive cultivar at the height of tulip mania.
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