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2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:05
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 13:18:04
Johann Weinmann
Amsterdam, 1736. This beautiful botanical mezzotint is from Johann Weinmann's Phytanthoza Iconographia (or Duidelyke Vertoning.). It was published in Amsterdam by Zacharias Romberg between 1736 and 1748. This is the Dutch language edition of the 18th century botanical master-work.The work contained 1,025 mezzotint engravings, printed in color with the finished color applied by hand. "The copperplates (…) were printed according to Johannes Teyler's invention, patented 1688; they are engraved in combination with mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand" (Landwehr 212).It was the first published work to include engravings by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century-- Georg Dionysus Ehret. It provided one of the most comprehensive botanical references of the 18th century. It also included work from B. Seuter, J.E. Ridinger, J.J. Haid, N. Asamin, & others.Based on Weinmann's collection of plants, and financed by him, this is the first complete edition of what amounts to a comprehensive iconography of all the flowers, fruit and vegetables in cultivation in early-18th century Europe. Georg Dionysius Ehret's pivotal contribution to the work is nowhere acknowledged as the artist parted with Weinmann after producing 500 designs. Weinmann, an apothecary from Regensburg, was the organiser of this huge undertaking, but the work was financed by Bartholomaeus Seuter, one of the engravers. The plates became an important source for copyists, appearing, for instance, in a number of Meissen designs. Many plates are 'of particular interest on account of the colour prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2019-12-16 08:20:03
[ROTTERDAM - PHARMACOPOEIA].
Daems & Vanderwiele, p. 174; STCN (1 copy); WorldCat (same copy). Second copy located of the 1736 reissue of the already very rare third and last edition (1735) of the Rotterdam pharmacopoeia, published only in Dutch while other pharmacopoeia published in the Netherlands appeared only in Latin, or first in Latin and then in translation. It includes the frontispiece by Jan Luyken, showing the interior of an apothecary, originally published in the 1682 Pharmacopoea Amstelredamensis and here still bearing the “Nicolaas de Wit” imprint of the 1735 issue of the Rotterdam pharmacopoea.With the bookplate of the notable Dutch bookcollector Bob Luza (1893-1980). Some minor foxing to the title-page, but otherwise in very good condition and wholly untrimmed, with the bolts partly unopened. Water stain at the head of the front wrapper, but binding otherwise good.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-16 02:43:06
MILCENT (Philippe-Nicolas).
Paris, V.e de F. Chéreau, 1736. 0,34 x 1,02 m. Très rare et belle vue panoramique de Paris, dessinée et gravée par Philippe-Nicolas Milcent, et publiée à Paris par la veuve de François Chéreau. La vue est prise depuis la colline de Belleville, et montre au premier plan deux moulins à vent, que l'on appelait les moulins de Savy. Construits à la fin du XVIIe siècle, l'un entre 1683 et 1684, l'autre entre 1684 et 1698, ces moulins servaient à faire le bled et la farine. Entre les deux moulins figure la maison du meunier. La vue est animée de promeneurs, de paysans revenant des champs, de chasseurs ou encore d'ouvriers travaillant aux plâtrières de Belleville. Sur la droite figure une large voie appelée Chemin de Belleville, correspondant aujourd'hui à la rue de Belleville et à la rue du faubourg du Temple. Un peu plus loin, sur cette voie, figure le petit hameau de la Courtille, qui devint au XIXe siècle, un lieu de fête et de réjouissances durant le Carnaval de Paris. 56 légendes numérotées accompagnent la vue. Petits frottements dans la légende, avec perte de quelques lettres, traces de pliures. Inconnu de Boutier.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2019-12-15 17:36:04
Deed of Sale; Hancock, Thomas, Blanchard, Joseph
1736. One of Boston's Wealthiest Men Acquires Land [Deed of Sale]. [Hancock, Thomas (1703-1764)]. [Blanchard, Joseph (1704-1758)]. To All the People to Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greeting, Know Ye.... May 4, 1789. 15" x 9-3/4" part-printed document, inscribed in neat hand, docketed on verso. Moderate browning and some edgewear, vertical and horizontal fold lines, partial split with a few tiny chips along central horizontal fold. An interesting item. * A partially printed deed for the purchase of a sixty-third part of a new township, in middle Massachusetts, on the "Easterly side of the Connecticut River between Northfield and Fort Dummer called Willard town or Arlington." The buyer was a savvy 33 year old rising star among Boston merchants, Thomas Hancock, who started in the book trade, expanded into importing and exporting, and later who became one of Boston's wealthiest men. When his health failed he passed his business and fortune to his nephew and ward, future Founding Father John Hancock. The date was only one year after the announcement of the cessation of hostilities in the Wabanaki-New England War by Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Dummer, after whom the Fort was named (the area included the Western area of fighting). It was sold to him by Joseph Blanchard, Dunstable, [now New Hampshire] who a year earlier was a lieutenant in the New Hampshire Militia in the war. It is also signed and recorded by the great-grandson of Springfield's founder William Pynchon also named William Pynchon. Also signed by Anthony Stoddard recently appointed judge, and a Harvard gradu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-15 15:27:09
1736. Pierre François Xavier de CHARLEVOIX - Histoire et Description Generale du Japon; ou l'on trouvera tout ce qu'on a pu apprendre de la nature & des Productions des Pays, du Caractere & les Coûtumes des Habitans, du Gouvernement & du Commerce, des Révolutions arrivées dans l'Empire & dans la Religion.Paris: Julien-Michel Gandouin, Jean-Baptiste Lamesle, Pierre-François Giffart, Rollin fils & Nyon fils, 1736.2 vols., 4to., [x], lviii, 667, [iii]; [iv], xii, 746, [ii] pp.Half leather over marbled boards, vellum-reinforced corners. 5 raised bands on the spine and two gilt-stamped title tickets.Complete with 8 maps, 25 plates and 4 engraved vignettes. Also with a hand-drawn map on the rear of one of the maps.In fair condition: Both the spines with quite some wormholes in them. Volume one with damage to the front cover. Boards rubbed and with some scuffmarks. Insides fine, but with long manuscript annotations on the ffep. and rear blanks. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-12-15 03:34:38
Nathan Bailey
C Hitch; C Davis; S Austen, 1736. Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! Dictionarium Domesticum, Being a New and Compleat Household Dictionary. For the use both of City and Country, Shewing I. The Whole Arts of Brewing, Baking... II. The Management of the Kitchen, Pantry... III. The Herdsman... IV. TheEnglish Vineyard... V. The Apiary... VI. The Family Physician and Herbalist... Nathan Bailey 1736 C Hitch; C Davis; S Austen : London 8" by 5" [3], A-Z8, Aa-Pp8. SUMMARY A lovely copy of this very scarce, first edition important domestic reference work from the eighteenth century. Noted for including a recipe for fried chicken among brewing instructions, this is a very scarce insight to eighteenth century cookery. An Important Work,Illustrated,Leather Binding,Pleasing Copy,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed This book weighs 0.75 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 19.99 EU Postage: £ 15.99 European Postage: £ 16.99 Asia Postage: £ 21.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 25.99 DESCRIPTION In a lovely 20th century panelled calf, imitation binding. The first edition of this work. ESTC no. T86942. Nathan Bailey was a noted philologist and lexicographer. He is best remembered for a variety of Dictionaries he penned such as his 'Universal Etymological Dictionary' and his 'Dictionarium Britannicum'. A handy guide to all aspects of domestic life in eighteenth century England. This work is displayed in dictionary form, from A-Z and covers brewing, baking, pickling, organising pantries, caring for animals, vineyards, breeding bees and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-12-15 03:34:37
Nathan Bailey
London: C Hitch; C Davis; S Austen, 1736. Click here to see our other books! Dictionarium Domesticum, Being a New and Compleat Household Dictionary. For the use both of City and Country, Shewing I. The Whole Arts of Brewing, Baking... II. The Management of the Kitchen, Pantry... III. The Herdsman... IV. TheEnglish Vineyard... V. The Apiary... VI. The Family Physician and Herbalist... Nathan Bailey 1736 C Hitch; C Davis; S Austen : London 8" by 5" [3], A-Z8, Aa-Pp8. SUMMARY A lovely copy of this very scarce, first edition important domestic reference work from the eighteenth century. Noted for including a recipe for fried chicken among brewing instructions, this is a very scarce insight to eighteenth century cookery. An Important Work,Illustrated,Leather Binding,Pleasing Copy,Very Scarce Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed This book weighs 0.75 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 19.99 EU Postage: £ 15.99 European Postage: £ 16.99 Asia Postage: £ 21.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 25.99 DESCRIPTION In a lovely 20th century panelled calf, imitation binding. The first edition of this work. ESTC no. T86942. Nathan Bailey was a noted philologist and lexicographer. He is best remembered for a variety of Dictionaries he penned such as his 'Universal Etymological Dictionary' and his 'Dictionarium Britannicum'. A handy guide to all aspects of domestic life in eighteenth century England. This work is displayed in dictionary form, from A-Z and covers brewing, baking, pickling, organising pantries, caring for animals, vineyards, breeding bees and using plants and herbs for medicina … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-12-13 13:42:50
Quintilian
Padua: Giuseppe Comino, 1736. M. Fabii Quinctilliani De institutione oratoria libri duodecim, Summa cura & emendati per Petrum Burmannum V.C. Quid vero in hac prima Patavina Editione praestitum vel additum sit, sequens Praefatio docet. Patavii, Josephus Cominus 1736. 8°. (2 volumes) I°: [12], clii, XLVIII, 352, [2] II°: 353-740, 176 Binding: Full contemporary vellum FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING INCLUDED. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: pisaurensis [Sesto San Giovanni, IT]
2019-12-13 13:42:19
Collectif
Parisiis, apud Bartholomaeum Alix, 1736. Condition: Très bon état. Très Bon Etat.
Bookseller: Librairie dans mon garage (ngawangdansmongarage) [05000 Gap, FR]
2019-12-13 08:17:12
GUEULETTE, Thomas-Simon]
Venezia, Presso Sebastiano Coleti, 1736. ,OVVERO I SOGNI DI PERSONE RISVEGLIATE. NOVELLE DEL MOGOL. Divise in ottanta quattro sere. Del Sig., G. Tradotte dalla Lingua Francese nell'Italiana. Tomo Primo [Secondo, Terzo]. Trois tomes reliés en un vol. fort in-12 (8 x 15 cm), 12 ff n.ch., 219pp +150pp, 1f + 224pp, plein parchemin de l'époque. 1736; plein parchemin de l'époque. Première édition italienne. Rarissime. Petit manque de parchemin sur le second plat (+/- 1,8 x 11,8 cm). GAY, II, 1157-58 pour l'édit. française ??? ///// Prima edizione. Volumi 1-3, completo. Tre tomi rilegati in unico volume in legatura in pergamena contemporanea. Rarissimo. ///// [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Fata Libelli [PARIS, France]
2019-12-09 13:37:12
Schneider
Frankfurt am Main: Stocks Erben und Schilling, 1736. Erbach. - Schneider, Daniel. Vollständige Hoch-Gräflich-Erbachische Stamm-Tafel, nebst deren Erklär- und Bewährungen, Oder Hoch-Gräflich-Erbachische Historie... Nebst einer Vorrede Herrn Georg Melchior von Ludolff. Frankfurt am Main. Stocks Erben und Schilling. 1736. Fol. -34:20,5 cm. 11 Blätter, 356; 630 Seiten, 27 unnumer. Blätter, 3 gef. Stammtaf., XI, VIII u. 5 (statt 6) Kupfertafeln, 1 gef. kolor. Kupferkarte. Neuer Halbpergamenteinband im Stil der Zeit mit altem Rückenschild und alten Deckeln. - Mit einigen Gebrauchsspuren. - Ohne die Tafel C mit der Darstellung eines Grabmals. Etwas stockfleckig, stellenweise etwas wasserfleckig. Tafel F etwas fleckig und am linken Rand stärker ausgefranst mit etwas Bildverlust. Karte in der unteren Hälft mit hinterlegten Knickfalten. Einband etwas fleckig, berieben und bestoßen. Rückenbezug, Vorsätze und Spiegel ernuert. Einbandecken ebenfalls geschickt erneuert. Die Kupfer zeigen Siegel, Altertümer, Grabmäler usw. Mit einer schönen Karte des Erbach'schen Gebietes. - Fol 2191.
Bookseller: Bücherland (fuego41) [München, DE]
2019-12-08 23:27:09
Duck, Stephen (1705-1756)
London : printed for the author, 1736. Duck, Stephen (1705-1756) Poems on several occasions / By Stephen Duck. [bound with] Caesar's Camp: or, St. George's Hill. A poem First Edition Hardback London : printed for the author, 1736 Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Duck, Stephen (1705-1756)Full title: Poems on several occasions / By Stephen Duck. [bound with] Caesar's Camp: or, St. George's Hill. A poemPublisher: London : printed for the author, 1736Edition: First EditionBinding: HardbackBook ID: 220231 Comments & Item Features Finely rebound with a matching leather spine. Gilt-blocked leather spine label. Raised bands. The original aniline calf boards have been retained, with some wear and rubbing around the edges as with age. Provenance: From the library of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, with some minor library marks remaining. Scattered foxing and dust-toning around the prelims. Minor, marginal spots of foxing and dust-toning elsewhere. Damp stain in right bottom corner margin from pages 223 to 334 - text unaffected. Remains particularly well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 334 pages; xl, 334, [2]p., 25p.; 27cm. Includes: Frontispiece portrait tipped in. 'An account of the author' by Joseph Spence, and a subscription list, which includes the names of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. The final leaf contains an ode "written since the preceding pages were printed off". Head- and tail-pieces; engraved initials. Referenced by: ESTC (RLIN), T90234. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MW Books Select Antiquarian Books (mwbooks2) [Co. Galway, IE]
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