Fine art print inspired by botanical art from the 1700s by Pierre-Joseph Redoute.
Features Noisetier Franc A Fros Fruits (Corylus maxima) or Hazelnuts.
Hazel has been grown historically in coppices for use in wattle and daub buildings, and in hedges. The Romans were also known to have cultivated hazelnuts including in Britain.
Redoute's roses,flower and fruit are widely regarded as the finest botanical illustrations of the 18th and 19th centuries.