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    Jacob G. Strutt, Trees III, Set of Two

    This sale ended on 12/19 at 08AM

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    A set of two vintage reproductions including The Cedar in the Palace Garden at Enfield and Ancient Elm, at Checquers by English artist Jacob George Strutt followed in the style of Constable. His Sylva Britannica published in 1826 is a selection of 'portraits of forest trees distinguished for their antiquity, magnitude and beauty.' These fine art reproductions are from antiques in the William Stafford Archive and were printed 25 years ago.

    William Stafford was founded in England in 1981 by Martin Trowbridge. The company is known for its superior reproduction fine art and antique prints, black-and-white photographs, textiles, and original works in handmade frames.

    Product Information

    Set of 2
    Artist:
    Jacob George Strutt
    Materials:
    vintage lithograph on fine art paper
    Dimensions:
    each, 14" x 17"
    Care:
    Avoid hanging in direct sunlight.
    Please note:
    This work is unframed.