London, South Kensington
15 October 2009
George Brookshaw (1751-1823)
Bleeding Heart, Ox-Heart, Maple-Heart Cherries; Polinac Melon; Riply Pine; The Frankindale Grape; Marlborough Peach, Rombullion Peach, Double Mountain Peach; Chancellor Peach, Catherine Peach, Old Newington Peach; Drap d'Or, White Gage Plum, Blue Gage Plum, Green Gage; and Pear Plum, Blue Imperatrice, Brignole, St. Catharine, from 'Pomona Britannica'
aquatints printed in colour and finished by hand, some heightened with gum arabic, published by G. Brookshaw, London
S. 22 5/8 x 16 7/8in. (57.5 x 43cm.) and similar (8)
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