Price

£7500.00

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Johann Wilhelm Weinmann Prints of Roses,

Set of Four,

Plates 860, 868, 869 & 871 engraved by Johann Jacob Haid,

Phytanthoza Iconographia,

Circa 1737-1745

The four Weinmann engravings of roses are within decoupage frames.  The plates are #860, 868, 869, & 871 and all by Johann Jacob Haid. Dimensions: 19 1/4 inches high x 14 1/2 inches

Reference: (http://www.huh.harvard.edu/libraries/mycology/1737.htm) Johann Wilhelm Weinmann (1683-1741) was born in Gardelegen, Germany on March 13, 1683. He settled in Regensburg in 1710 as a pharmacist's assistant and in 1712 was able to purchase his own apothecary shop. He flourished in his business affairs and this success allowed him to indulge in his great love for botany. He established a botanical garden in Regensburg published a Catalogus Alphabetico ordine exhibens Pharmaca in 1723. In 1737-1745 Weinmann published Phytanthoza iconographia. His great work comprised eight folios with 1025 hand-colored engravings of several thousand plants. Among the artists employed to work on Phytanthoza was Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770).

(Ref: NY9717-pmrr)

Dimensions

48.90cm high x 36.83cm

Price

£7500.00

Condition report

Excellent

Stock number

NY9717-pmrr

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