Agard Hagman, ‘Botanical illustration of Banksia serrata (Common Honeysuckle)’, 1887, Powerhouse Museum

Watercolour, botanical drawing, 'Banksia serrata, (Common Honeysuckle)', paper / canvass painted by Agard Hagman, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1887.

Agard Hagman was commissioned by the Museum to paint a series of botanical illustrations of economic plants in the 1880s.

Economic botany was an important focus in the early years of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.

Link to object detail on Powerhouse website

No known copyright restrictions.

Signature: Artist's name in lower left corner, in black 'Ag. Hagman ad nat' Artist's signature near end of branch, handwritten in black 'Agn'.

Image rights: Image provided by the Powerhouse Museum

Painting commissioned by the Museum in 1888.

About Agard Hagman

Swedish-Australian, based in Sydney, Australia