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Gravure "Black Poplar" - Jacob Strutt
  • Gravure "Black Poplar" - Jacob Strutt

"Black Poplar" Engraving - J. Strutt

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Portraits of Forest tree, distinguished for their antiquity, magnitude or beauty, drawn from nature and etched by Jacob George Strutt. Plate from Sylva Britannica; or, portraits of forest trees written and illustrated by Jacob George Strutt (1790-1864) published in folio format, 1822.


Strutt (1784-1867) was a landscape painter and etcher by training, rather than a botanical draftsman. As a result, these image showcase superbly famous and distinguished trees in their surroundings.


Strutt's early training was in portraiture, but he also excelled in forest scenery.


Old black frame 

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Dimensions and Specifications - Shipment information

- Width: 70 cm

- Height: 82 cm

- Depth: 3 cm

- Weight (item packed): 15 kg

- Era: Arts and crafts

- Style: Carnet de Voyages XIXth

- France Delivery (Out of Corsica and Dom Tom): 2-3 weeks

- State: Distressed

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