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773. GINKGO BILOBA – Connections with people and art across a thousand years

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We review the representation of Ginkgo biloba L., a quintessentially Chinese plant, in the art of those Western botanists who first encountered it in China and Japan. We also show how several later representations of Ginkgo, in both the West and the East, were inspired and made possible by specimens of Ginkgo in cultivation.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2013

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