After Pierre-Joseph Redouté

French Neoclassical Botanical Engravings

Circa 1824

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Description

A set of French botanical engravings.

  • Sold as a set of 4.
  •  Stipple-engraved plates depicting roses printed in colors and finished by hand after Pierre Joseph Redouté (Belgian-French, 1759–1840) from the 1st octavo edition in 1824.
  •  Redouté was a painter and botanist from Belgium, known for his watercolors of roses, lilies and other flowers at the Château de Malmaison.
  • This set comes from the artist's series "Les Roses."
  • Each matted behind glass in gilt frames having text pages from the 1828 octavo edition of "Les Roses" in pockets en versos with a photocopy of the title page.
Provenance

Shapero Gallery, London.

Acquired from the above by present owner.

Condition Report
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Light toning to prints with occasional minute spots of foxing.

Not examined outside of frames.

Dimensions
Height: 15 inches / 38.1 cm
Width: 12 inches / 30.48 cm

Sight Height: 8 inches / 20.32 cm

Sight Width: 5.75 inches / 14.61 cm

Materials
Paper, Clear Glass, Gilt Wood
Period
Empire
Decorative Style
Neoclassical Style
Country of Origin
France
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