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  • Set of Indian orthniological paintings on mica

    £660 set of six Stock code: P01299
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    Set of Indian orthniological paintings on mica

    Mica is a transparent mineral composed of  complex mixtures of potassium silicates. The variety of mica used most frequently by these Indian artists is Muscovite (H2KAl3 Si04)3 which is found widely throughout south India. The mica is formed between strata of granite and the transparency of the material is a result of the heat and pressure created between the layers of rock during formation. Mica consists of many interlocking platelets, resulting in a laminar structure which can be split easily  into thin sheets.
    Dimensions: 28cm (11") High, 23cm (9") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Thick
    Stock code: P01299
    £660 set of six
  • George Edwards,18th century ornithological engravings

    £320 each Stock code: P01159 128
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    George Edwards,18th century ornithological engravings

    Featuring original hand-colour. Framed in natural ash.
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼") High, 34cm (13½") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01159 128
    £320 each
  • George Edwards,18th century ornithological engravings

    £320 each Stock code: P01159 106
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    George Edwards,18th century ornithological engravings

    Featuring original hand-colour. Framed in natural ash.
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼") High, 34cm (13½") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01159 106
    £320 each
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Tabuan Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 T
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Tabuan Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 T
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Undulated Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 S
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Undulated Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 S
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Crimson-winged Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 R
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Crimson-winged Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 R
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Crimson-winged Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 Q
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Crimson-winged Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 Q
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Long-billed Parrakeet-Maccaw,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 P
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Long-billed Parrakeet-Maccaw,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 P
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Dwarf Parrakeet Maccaw,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 O
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Dwarf Parrakeet Maccaw,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 O
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Lesser Sulphur-crested Cockatoo,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 N
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Lesser Sulphur-crested Cockatoo,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 N
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Bay-headed Parrot,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 M
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Bay-headed Parrot,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 M
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Paleheaded Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 L
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Paleheaded Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 L
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Barnard’s Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 K
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Barnard’s Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 K
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Bauer’s Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 J
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Bauer’s Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 J
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Brown’s Parrakeet,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 I
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Brown’s Parrakeet,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 I
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Greater Sulphur-crested Cockatoo,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 H
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Greater Sulphur-crested Cockatoo,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 H
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Baudin’s Cockatoo

    £275 Stock code: P01248 D
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Baudin’s Cockatoo

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 D
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Patagonian Parrakeet-Maccaw

    £275 Stock code: P01248 C
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Patagonian Parrakeet-Maccaw

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 C
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Salmon-crested Cockatoo

    £275 Stock code: P01248 B
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Salmon-crested Cockatoo

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 B
    £275
  • Parrots by Edward Lear – Leadbeater’s Cockatoo,

    £275 Stock code: P01248 A
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    Parrots by Edward Lear – Leadbeater’s Cockatoo,

    Edward Lear began his career as a zoological illustrator, working in the Parrot House at London Zoo. This resulted in the publication of Illustrations of the family of Psittacidae, or parrots, the greater part of them species hitherto unfigured in 1832. The first plates for the book were issued in 1830 when he was still only 18.
    Dimensions: 73cm (28¾") High, 54cm (21¼") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01248 A
    £275
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Merlin, The Honey Buzzard,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 Y
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Merlin, The Honey Buzzard,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 Y
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Jay, The Toucan, The Roller,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 U
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Jay, The Toucan, The Roller,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 U
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Turtle Dove, Stock Dove, Runt, Cropper, Broad-Tail’d Shaker,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 P
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Turtle Dove, Stock Dove, Runt, Cropper, Broad-Tail’d Shaker,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 P
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Marsh Titmouse, A Wren, Crested Titmouse, Blue Titmouse, Indian Sparrow, Long-Tailed Titmouse,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 O
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Marsh Titmouse, A Wren, Crested Titmouse, Blue Titmouse, Indian Sparrow, Long-Tailed Titmouse,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 O
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Kingfisher, Hoopoe, Bee-Eater, Water Ouzel,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 H
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Kingfisher, Hoopoe, Bee-Eater, Water Ouzel,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 H
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Ruff, Tamatia, Coot,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 E
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Ruff, Tamatia, Coot,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 E
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Raven, A Crow,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 D
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Raven, A Crow,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 D
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Virginian Nightingale,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 B
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Virginian Nightingale,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 B
    £220 each
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Pesquet's Parrot
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Pesquet's Parrot
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Triton Cockatoo
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Triton Cockatoo
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Double Eyed Perroquet
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Double Eyed Perroquet
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Red Fronted Lory
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Red Fronted Lory
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Aru Perroquet
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Aru Perroquet
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Blue Streaked Lory
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Blue Streaked Lory
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Riedel's Parrot
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Riedel's Parrot
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould ,

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Westerman's Cassowary
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould ,

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Westerman's Cassowary
    £220
  • Birds of New Guinea by John Gould

    £220 Stock code: P01249 Tenimber Parrot
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    Birds of New Guinea by John Gould

    John Gould (1804-1881) was born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, the son of John Gould, a gardener, and his wife Elizabeth Clatworthy. Gould’s training was as a taxidermist rather than an artist, and in 1828 he was appointed animal preserver at the museum of the Zoological Society of London. In 1838-1840, Gould and his family went to the then relatively unknown continent of Australia, with the purpose of collecting and studying specimens. During his time there he discovered hundreds of new bird species and subspecies. As a result of the findings the fascinating works Birds of Australia and Mammals of Australia were published. Subsequently he was considered as the father of bird study in Australia. Gould himself did not execute finished drawings for any of his works, only providing rough pencil or watercolour sketches with notes for his artists to work from. The artists he employed included his wife Elizabeth, Edward Lear, Joseph Wolf, Henry Richter and Joseph Hart.
    Dimensions: 74cm (29¼") High, 55.5cm (21¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01249 Tenimber Parrot
    £220
  • Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    £150 each Stock code: P01229 W
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    Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    Eric Fitch Dalglish was a wood-engraver, painter, draughtsman, author, illustrator and naturalist. Born in London, he studied at university both in London and Bonn, Germany and after WWI was taught engraving by Paul Nash. He exhibited at the Redfern Gallery, with the Society of Wood Engravers, of which he was a member, and the New English Art Club. Examples of his work are held by the British Museum, V&A Museum, Manchester City Art Gallery, and British Council Collection.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01229 W
    £150 each
  • Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    £150 each Stock code: P01229 T
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    Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    Eric Fitch Dalglish was a wood-engraver, painter, draughtsman, author, illustrator and naturalist. Born in London, he studied at university both in London and Bonn, Germany and after WWI was taught engraving by Paul Nash. He exhibited at the Redfern Gallery, with the Society of Wood Engravers, of which he was a member, and the New English Art Club. Examples of his work are held by the British Museum, V&A Museum, Manchester City Art Gallery, and British Council Collection.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01229 T
    £150 each
  • Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    £150 each Stock code: P01229 Q
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    Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    Eric Fitch Dalglish was a wood-engraver, painter, draughtsman, author, illustrator and naturalist. Born in London, he studied at university both in London and Bonn, Germany and after WWI was taught engraving by Paul Nash. He exhibited at the Redfern Gallery, with the Society of Wood Engravers, of which he was a member, and the New English Art Club. Examples of his work are held by the British Museum, V&A Museum, Manchester City Art Gallery, and British Council Collection.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01229 Q
    £150 each
  • Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

    £150 each Stock code: P01229 P
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    Woodcuts by Eric Fitch Dalglish,

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