French Tree Prints from Botanique (1852)
French Tree Prints from Botanique
(France, 1852)
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Background:

These detailed lithograph Tree prints are from the First Edition of Botanique, a French botanical reference focusing on the "Natural History of Plant Families".

This work is based on the plant classifications developed by the French botanist Adrien-Henri de Jussieu (1797-1853).   He received a degree of Doctor in Medicine with a treatise of the plant family Euphorbiaceae (Poinsettia family).  In 1826 he succeeded his father at the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, and later became a professor of organography of plants.  Organography is the study of the parts of plants as "organs", and the relationship between the different organs and their functions.

 

Price per print: Print Only:  $35
Matting Charge:  $20
Framing & Matting Charge:  $110
Dimensions: Print Only:  6-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches
Matted:  12 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original tinted lithograph
Year: 1852

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Oak Print (No. 11861001)
Oak Chapel of Allouville

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Forest Print (No. 11861002)
Cinchona Forest

SOLD
Sycamore Print (No. 11861003)
Sycamore, Cypress and Cedar


Palm Print (No. 11861004)
Palms

SOLD
Tropical Plant Print (No. 11861005)
Tropical Plants

Dragon Tree Print (No. 11861006)
Dragon Tree

SOLD

Rain Forest Print (No. 11861007)
Rain Forest of North America

SOLD
Forest Print (No. 11861008)
European Forest

Bark Cloth Tree Print (No. 11861009)
Bark Cloth Tree


Rain Forest Print (No. 11861010)
Rain Forest of South America

SOLD
Spruce Print (No. 11861011)
Norway Spruce

Baobab Tree Print (No. 11861012)
Baobab (Bottle or Upside-down Tree)

SOLD

Birch Tree Print (No. 11861013)
Birch

SOLD
Alpine Landscape Print (No. 11861014)
Alpine Landscape

Sacred Fig Tree Print (No. 11861015)
Sacred Fig Tree


Hindu Landscape Print (No. 11861016)
Hindu Landscape

Forest Print (No. 11861017)
Edge of the Woods



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Adrien-Henri de Jussieu
(1851)