London, South Kensington
15 October 2009
George Brookshaw (1751-1823)
Silver Rock Melon; Cherry Plum, Laurance Plum, French Orlean, Common Orlean; Gooseberries; Homerton's White Nectarine, Ford's Black Nectarine, Italian Nectarine; Striped Vert Longue; Millet's Minion Peach, Superb Royal Peach, Double Swalsh Peach; Kentish or Flemish Cherry, English Bearer, Carnation Cherry; and Robertson's Pippin, Blanchard's Peppin, Lemon Pippin Apple, Aromatic Pippin, Embroidered Pippin, from 'Pomona Britannica'
aquatints printed in colour and finished by hand, some heightened with gum arabic, published by G. Brookshaw, London
S. 22¾ x 16¾in. (57.8 x 42.5cm.) and similar (8)
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