Blue Quandong botanical painting by botanical artist Margaret Saul

Margaret Saul
Botanical Artist

Magnolida grandiflora original watercolor botanical art
 Eucalytpus ficifolia botanical watercolor painting and giclee fine art print
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Atractocarpus fitzalanii , yellow mangosteen, a contemporary watercolor painting Fragment of a line drawing of a fern: what constitutes art and what botanical illustration
View a selection of my original art work What is Botanical Art?
Botanical art classes with Margaret Saul at the Brookside Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Information on Botanical Art Courses
Sterculia quaqdrifida, peanut tree, available as a signed limited edition print. Part of a series of Australian Botanical paintings by Margaret Saul
Peruse a set of signed limited edition botanical prints
Margaret Saul International Botanical Artist View my list of botanical paintings, publications and art exhibitions
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News from Margaret

Return to Australia: In 2019 our Tuscan adventure will draw to a close as we start a new phase in our life, setting up a new home in Canberra, Australia. I look forward to being closer to our children and grand children and becoming re-acquainted with the Australian Botanical Art scene.

After 11+ years of Directing a program in Siena to develop vaccines for major infectious diseases of developing countries at the GSK Vaccines Institute for Global Health, Allan will also be looking for new challenges in Global Health from Australia. Here is an example of his new interests in vaccine trial design

Of course, we will miss our dream house, Il Cappano, in Chianti, an hour drive south of Florence, overlooking the medieval walled towns of – Siena, Monteriggioni and the multi towered city of San Gimingnano.

 And we will also miss the amazing spring and early summer in our woodland garden. I am racing to finish a series of paintings of the 10 or more species of wild Orchid that are a feature of spring at Il Capanno

Moving means selling Il Capanno. We really hope that the next owners will enjoy the views, nature and history of this remarkable house. You can see what we will miss on the web sites of the real estate agent listing the house, Casa in Toscana

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