Rare Antique Print – BUTTERFLY-PAPILLON-BRASIL – [Madame Feraud-Villain-ca.1828]

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Attractive composition of Brasilian butterflies.

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SKU: pco20190306masterprints-16-1-5-1 Categories: ,

Description

‘Papillons du Bresil’

(butterflies from Brasil)

Crayon style lithograph, handcoloured. Watermark: none.
Sheet size: 43.5 x 32 cm. Image size: 31 x 25.5 cm.

Source: Published by Gihaut freres. Very rare.

Ref: Plate mentioned in the 1828 vol. of Bibliographie de la France, published by Pillet.

Provenance:

Made Francois le Villain after Madame Feraud. Ferraud was a 19th c. a flower painter, who exposed at the salon in 1833/1835. Francois le Villain (active 1820-1830) was a French Lithographer and painter in Paris in the early 19th century. He was a competito of Engelmanm and exposed at the Salon in 1819 and 1822.

Condition: Good, given age. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

This item has not been fully described / researched. Please enquire for possible further information available.

Keywords:

PCO-Expo-49

Additional information

Dimensions 17 × 17 × 1 cm

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