London, South Kensington
15 October 2009
George Brookshaw (1751-1823)
Royal Muscadine Grape; Dutillees Nectarine, Burgnon's Old Nectarine, Brugnon's Round Nectarine, Murray Nectarine, Newington Nectarine; Montauban Peach, Gross Minion, Royal George Old Peach; Cantaloupe Melon; Hautboy Strawberry, Chili-Strawberry (Pine Strawberry), Alpine Red Strawberry, Scarlet Flesh Strawberry; Calville White Apple, Red Calville, Norfolk Beefing, Norfolk Paradise; White Masculine, Red Masculine, Orange Apricot, Turkish Apricot; and Early May, Adam's Crown, Red-Heart Cherry, from 'Pomona Britannica'
aquatints printed in colour and finished by hand, published by G. Brookshaw, London
S. 23¾ x 17in. (60.4 x 43.2cm.) and similar (8)
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