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2797-4 Part of botanical model, sweet pea pod with peas, 'Pois de senteur complet', mixed media, made by Dr Auzoux, Paris, France, 1883. Click to enlarge.

A botanical model of a pea pod

Made
A model of a pea pod with a window inside. The green body of the pod consists of two halves that are joined together by two hinges. The pod opens to reveal the internal structure of the pod with three peas on one side and four peas on the other and shows the veins of the internal walls of the pea pod.

Summary

Object No.

2797-4

Object Statement

Part of botanical model, sweet pea pod with peas, 'Pois de senteur complet', mixed media, made by Dr Auzoux, Paris, France, 1883

Physical Description

A model of a pea pod with a window inside. The green body of the pod consists of two halves that are joined together by two hinges. The pod opens to reveal the internal structure of the pod with three peas on one side and four peas on the other and shows the veins of the internal walls of the pea pod.

Marks

Paper labels describing the internal structures of the grain are adhered to the models surface.

Dimensions

Height

500 mm

Width

260 mm

Production

Notes

The model was made by Dr Louis Auzoux in Paris, France in 1883.

Cite this Object

Harvard

A botanical model of a pea pod 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 October 2020, <https://ma.as/348211>

Wikipedia

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