The Pomologicals

The Pomologicals
are paintings of fruit. 

Usually very accurate even right down to the date the fruit ripened, these paintings were done by American Artists commissioned by the USDA from 1820—1920
of fruit growing in the U.S.A.
 
The Pomologicals on display in Galaudet Gallery  are wonderful prints which are approximately 

10” X 13” and are $20.00 each.  We have only one print for each fruit we are displaying.

 Here are just a few of what we have. 

Strawberries

Strawberries by Amanda Almira Newton Grown: Rosslyn, Arlington County, Virginia Date created: June 3, 1914

Sapotes

Amanda Almira Newton Yellow Sapote (Pouteria campechiana) (December 23, 1905) From Coconut Grove, Miami, Dade County, Florida Giclee Print, Matte Photo Paper, Laminated Ca. 10” X 13” $20.00

Red Raspberries

William Henry Prestele Red Raspberries (Rubus Idaeus) Miller Variety (1894) From Seaford, Sussex County, Delaware Giclee Print, Matte Photo Paper, Laminated Ca. 10” X 13” $20.00

Oranges

James Marion Shull Oranges Citrus Aurantium Sour x 2/3 Variety (1923) From Hawthorne, Alachua County, Florida Giclee Print, Matte Photo Paper, Laminated Ca. 10” X 13” $20.00

Green Grapes

Royal Charles Steadman Grapes (Green) (Vitis) Bachmans No. 309 Variety (August 24, 1920) From Altus, Franklin County, Arkansas Giclee Print, Matte Photo Paper, Laminated Ca. 10” X 13” $20.00

Apples

Elsie E. Lower Apples (Malus domestica) Lady Pippin; Beach Variety (1905) From Gentry, Benton County, Arkansas Giclee Print, Matte Photo Paper, Laminated Ca. 10” X 13”