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Study of a Cormorant, 1831

Stewart Design

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Study of a Cormorant, 1831
Study of a Cormorant, 1831
Study of a Cormorant, 1831
Study of a Cormorant, 1831

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Product Information

Antique; 19th century
Very Good; yellowing of paper, some tears on edges
chromolithograph on paper
Damage Information:
small tears around the edges.
18.5" L x 13.25" H

Why We Love This

Print of a cormorant by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, 1831. Subtext reads "Crabo Javannica (Horsf) Javan Cormorant." Printed by Englemann Co. Godefroy Engelmann is credited with bringing lithography to France and later commercializing chromolithography as a printing process with consistent high-quality results.
As described by Stewart Design

About Stewart Design

With over eight years of experience in design, Jennifer Stewart of Stewart Design Inc has worked on varying projects over the years. Jennifer believes design should be beautiful and functional, but most of all it should feel alive and inviting. In addition to her interior design business, she has found passion in restoring vintage pieces and creating custom furniture for clients. She searches all over the world to find the right balance of timelessness and daring in her selection.