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Weinmann Botanical Engraving, 1737

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Weinmann Botanical Engraving, 1737

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 18th century
Condition:
Very Good; some wear
Materials:
hand-colored engraving
Size:
8" L x 12" W
Color/Finish:
yellow/green/multi

Why We Love This

Hand-colored Johann Weinmann engraving, 1737. Weinmann directed a famous pharmacy in Regensburg, Germany. The Phytanthoza Iconographia was his masterpiece, a huge work in eight folio volumes that became one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the eighteenth century. Even today, it is one of the most ambitious botanical volumes ever undertaken, displaying over 4,000 species.
As described by Vintage Print Gallery

About Vintage Print Gallery

An antique print is a dazzling way to add a sense of history to your surroundings. And when the print is impeccably framed, you'll be adding elegance to a wall. Vintage Print Gallery's collection is impressive not just in the quality of its offering but also in its breadth, which ranges from 18th-century botanical studies to 19th-century equestrian chromolithographs, to fashion illustrations from the early 20th century.