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.
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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'.
Painting commissioned by the Museum in 1888.