The Society has recently acquired a set of 154 wildflower paintings produced in the last years of the 19th century by a young botanist who lived at Wyberton near Boston. They are wonderfully well preserved, having been painted using high-quality materials and stored away from light in a cloth bag for over 100 years. All the paintings have now been scanned and catalogued.
A full set of these paintings is shown below and the catalogue can be downloaded here. A set of prints is available for inspection by prior appointment at the Sir Joseph Banks Centre in Horncastle.