Catalogue | The Botanical World of Raymond Booth


Discover the captivating botanical world of Raymond Booth, an exceptional artist celebrated in this exhibition. Unearth never-before-seen paintings from Booth’s studio, showcasing his genius.

This comprehensive catalogue, accompanying the exhibition, features an enlightening essay by guest curator Peyton Skipwith, a renowned fine art consultant and former Deputy Managing Director of The Fine Art Society. Gain insights from Garden Museum Curator Emma House through her introduction. The catalogue is enriched with an extensive collection of Booth’s remarkable paintings displayed in the exhibition.

Raymond Booth, born in a suburb of Leeds in 1929, dedicated his life to painting unique plants cultivated in his diverse greenhouses, cold frames, conservatory, and charming gardens. Immerse yourself in his profound knowledge of exotic plants, gained through meticulous study of their natural habitats and correspondence with plant collectors and breeders.

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