This huge misshapen karri is named after the English artist who painted it in 1880.
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An intrepid traveller, Marianne North recorded flora from around the world with her paintbrush. She visited Australia in 1880 and spent much time painting the flora and scenery of the south-west of Western Australia.
Her painting of this distinctive karri tree now hangs in the Marianne North Gallery at the Kew Botanic Gardens in London with more than 800 of her other paintings.