Botanical Redoute  .

 

Chinese Empire

Pierre-Joseph Redouté & from Duhamel du Monceau


The  colour plates, the majority of them by Redoute, and many after Bessa were new for this edition. Pierre-Joseph Redoute (1759-1840),  was born in the Belgian Ardennes -  son, grandson, great-grandson and brother of artists. His teacher was Heritier de Brutelle, one of the outstanding naturalists of his day. Gerard van Spaendonck, 'Flower Painter to the King', taught Redoute the technique of painting in watercolor on vellum. Stipple engraving is particularly suited toshowing  botanical detail. It is essentially a technique of engraving a copper plate with a dense grid of dots which can be modulated to convey delicate gradations of color. Because the ink lies on the paper in miniscule dots, it does not obscure the "light" of the white paper beneath the color. After this complicated printing process was complete, the prints were then finished by hand in watercolour. Very few copies of this rare work ere ever broken and this is not a full set as then worth rebinding ( the book is £55k in large paper format

Hypericum hircinum. Millepertuis fetide. STINKING TUTSAN)

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected

Tickberry (Lantana aculeata)

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Madeira wormwood, Artemisia argentea

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected

Teucrium Marum / Cat Thyme

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected

Salsola Fructicosa / Shrubby Seablight

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected

Phlomis Fructiosa/ Jerusalem Sage

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected

Bupleurum fruticosum / Shrubby Hare's ear

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected

Cassia Corymbosa / Argentine Senna

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected



Baccharis Halmifolia
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Bupleverum Fructosum
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Ceanothus Americanus
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Cerasus Mahaleb
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Euonymus Verrucosus
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Gymnocladus canadensis
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Hedera helix
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Hippophae Rhamnoides
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Itea Virginica
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Lonicera Coerulea
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Mespilus Azarolus
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Myrtus Communis
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Periploca
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Phlomis
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Quercus ilex

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Rafnia

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Solanum
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Styrax
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £55 inc delivery less collected mks in margin


Citrus h

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected


Vitis Vinifera  grape vine
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected



Viorne
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £55 inc delivery less collected text badly printed


Mesipilus / Japonica

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Dirca

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £115 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**


Pittosporum
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**


Carpinus
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**


Sonchus
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Mimosa
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**


Hedera Helix 2

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Salix willow
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Betula Beech
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Quercus Hazel
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Eloeagnus
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Fraxinus

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Salisx V Willow
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £115 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



  Viburnum P
Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £115 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



Viburnum O

Original  antique hand colored stipple engraving  from the folio and book by H.L. Duhamel du Monceau, "Traite des arbres et arbustes que l'on cultivee en France en pleine terre" (Trees and Shrubs that are grown in the ground in France) published in Paris between 1800 and 1819. Series of hand-coloured images including a number from Australia. Redoute worked in Paris from 1782, and was instructed in plant anatomy by wealthy amateur botanist Charles Louis l'Heritier de Brutelle with whom Redouté also worked in London where Redoduté mastered the art of stipple engraving. Back in Paris, L'Heritier introduced Redouté to botanist Gerard van Spaendonck who employed Redouté as his assistant at the Jardin de Roi (King's Garden, now Jardin des Plantes, at the National Museum of Natural History). Spaendonck is responsible for Redouté's mastery of watercolour.Page size 51cm x 34cm £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! Some blemishes to the pages are amplified by flash ie it shows them up the reality is way better**



 Wachendorfia Thyrsiflora (Thyrsus or Lilac Wachendorfia), 

Stipple engraving, printed in colour and finished by hand from Redoute 'Les Liliacées '.  Published in Paris: Imprimerie de Didot jeune, 1802-16. , engraved by Philipeau. Sheet size: 20 5/8 x 13 1/2 inches. Les Liliacées was Redouté's largest and most ambitious work and is generally considered his masterpiece, arguably rivaled only by Les Roses. Produced under the patronage of the Empress Josephine, for whom Redouté worked as botanical artist at her estate at Malmaison,  Les Liliacées records the plants of the lily family and related flowers (including representatives of the amaryllis, iris, and orchid families) ***These are a block of 6 in gilt frames as shown above and have a few flaws but all minor. Some time in their past they have had spots of water damage which when lit  by flash show up as beige marks. When on the wall they do not detract from the pic but if wanted to be removed my restorer quoted £20 for the worst as a quick minor job***




 Amaryllis



Allium Moly,



Epidendrum Finense,



Yucca Gloriosa,



Alstroemeria ligtu (Ligtu Incan Lily)



35. Vitex Agnus-castus." Chasteberry

Engraved by  Jarry from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected




Andromeda Calvulata


Engraved by  Jarry from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected


Lycium Afrum = Lycium d'Afrique.

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **




Lycium turbinatum = Lycium turbiné

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **



Lycium Chinense = Lycium de la Chine

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **



Aylanthus Glandulosa

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **




Smilax excelsa - Common Greenbriar

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **




Salsola fruticosa = Soude frutescente

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **





Calycanthaceae  /Sweetshrub

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **




Phlomis fruticosa = Phlomide frutescente  /Jerusalem sage

Engraved by  Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 1759-1840  from the drawing by  Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835),  Page size 41,5 x 26 cm Image  ca. 27 x 18 cm all in wash lined mounts Originally  from  Planches de botanique" by Duhamel du Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782) The plates were printed by Langlois, a great master of printing who had supervised much of Redoute's work but even though listed as 1800 these are from a c 1849 edition still hand painted but on a cartridge/cotman type paper NOT rag  some with tiny dents on the paper  unseen when framed £95 inc delivery less collected ** pic not pink pesky auto flash ! **

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