Title: Botanical (Classic Natural History Prints)
Publisher: Collins & Brown
Book Condition: Fair
Dust jacket missing. Light stains and scuff marks to green cloth boards. Contents are clean, bright, and firmly bound. Secure packaging for safe delivery. Bookseller Inventory # 417130038
Synopsis: Concentrating mainly on the 18th and early 19th centuries, when botanical riches from all over the world were pouring into Europe, this fourth volume in the "Classic Natural History Prints" series celebrates the work of some of the world's greatest botanical artists. The selection of prints includes woodcuts from the 16th-century herbals of Fuchs and Matthioli, aquatints by James Thornton and George Brookshaw and lithographs by 19th-century artists such as Augusta Withers.
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