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Hand-colored Cuvier Lithograph
Biche du Cerf de la Louisiane. From Histoire Naturelle des Mammiferes. Paris: 1818-42. Frederic Cuvier and Geoffroy St. Hilaire.\nHand-colored Lithographs by Charles de Lasteyrie after drawings by Johann Carl Werner. Approximately 13 x 20 1/4 inches Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries
Preparatory Watercolor Studies for Howitt's Oriental
Killing Game in Boats. Samuel Howitt (1756-1822). Preparatory Studies for Oriental Field Sports: Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East... Watercolor on paper. 11 3/4 x 17 inches sheet, 20 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches framed. Samuel Howitt, genius, artist, sportsman, concentrated his considerable artistic talents on picturing scenes of horse-racing and hunting in all its aspects. An enthusiastic sportsman himself, he had sufficient family money to paint at first only for his own and his friends’ pleasure. However, this fortune was quickly dissipated and Howitt moved to London... [He made a living], partly by etching at which he was extremely skilled. The light touch of his pen, the delicacy of his brushwork and his experience of field sports ensured all that he drew was animated and accurate. Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries
Insula Ceilon olim Taprobana Incolis Tenarisin et
Nicholas Janszen Visscher (1618-1679). Engraved Map with original hand color in Full. Amsterdam: Frederick De Wit, c. 1705. 21 x 24 1/2 inches. Fine engraved map of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), surrounded by a colored border. Title has a stunning historiated cartouche highlighted with liquid gold. Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries
Pink-backed pelican”
Latin: Pelecanus rufescens, Location: Africa. Provenance: Estate of Roger Tory Peterson and Virginia Marie Peterson / Archivally Printed & Matted Photographs. (Verticals) Image size: 19” H x 13” W, Paper size: 22.75” H x 15.5” W, Matted frame: 24” H x 20” W | (Horizontals) Image size: 13” H x 19” W, Paper size: 17” H x 21” W, Matted frame: 20” H x 24” W Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries
John James Audubon, Plate 36:
Canada Porcupine. From Audubon’s Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America. Hand colored lithograph. Imperial Folio; Published in Philadelphia between 1839 and 1844 by J.T. Bowen. Originally issued in 30 parts, 5 plates per part. In collaboration with his sons, Victor Gifford and John Woodhouse Audubon. Each plate approximately 27 ¾" x 21 ½" with full margins. Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries
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