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Herbs Woodcut, 1629

Wright Marsh

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Herbs Woodcut, 1629
Herbs Woodcut, 1629
Herbs Woodcut, 1629

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 17th century

Condition:

Very Good; some browning around margins

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

ink on paper

Size:

18" L x 13" W x 0.1" H

Color/Finish:

black/white

Why We Love This

Full-page woodcut from the 1629 edition of the first gardening book ever published, Paradisi in sole Paradisus Terrestris by John Parkinson (1567-1650). Depicts six types of herbs, including parsley, dill and "sweete chervill." Letterpress text on verso. Unframed.
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Why We Love This

Full-page woodcut from the 1629 edition of the first gardening book ever published, Paradisi in sole Paradisus Terrestris by John Parkinson (1567-1650). Depicts six types of herbs, including parsley, dill and "sweete chervill." Letterpress text on verso. Unframed.

About Wright Marsh

Offering an eclectic mix of original art, antique prints, vintage photographs and rare books and maps, Wright Marsh blends a deep knowledge of the marketplace with a keen aesthetic eye to bring you the very best. Prior to forming Wright Marsh in the US, our principal partner spent 20+ years in London with the leading international auction house and developed his talent for finding unique pieces that will add value and beauty to any collection.