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Primula with caterpillar on its stalk and dragonfly
Author: Maria Sibylla Merian (German, 1647-1717)Medium: Gouache on paperLocation: The Courtauld Gallery, London

Primula with caterpillar on its stalk and dragonfly

Author: Maria Sibylla Merian (German, 1647-1717)
Medium: Gouache on paper
Location: The Courtauld Gallery, London

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"In the hourless forest
a tall tree is being felled.
...
Search, birds, search
for the site of your nests
in this high memory
while it is still murmuring."

— Jules Supervielle