The Royal College of Physicians’ Garden is home to an impressive 1,300-plus species of healing plants, which have been used around the world as medicinal agents for millennia. It is here that artist-in-residence Nina Krauzewicz spent a year creating a series of soft and intricate paintings. Each features a power plant in exquisitely fine ditail and selective colouring – such as pain-relieving opium poppy or astringent witchhazel – accompanied by a short history of its varied use from ancient remedies to modern synthesis. Visit and you’ll also get an architectural bonus, as the college building is a Lasdun modernist masterpiece.
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