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Gloire de Dijon RRD46 $115
Each print measures
approximately 7 inches wide by 10 1/4 inches long
This delightful & rare work was published in Paris in 1874, and is a comprehensive survey by "horticulturist & amateur gardeners" of the roses of day, along with the history of roses, and very serious discussion of cultivation techniques. The goal was to produce definitive work on roses, handsomely illustrated by well know French flower artists of the day. These included Maubert, Annica Bricogne, Blanchard, Faguet, Rupalley & Grabowski.
The prints are in excellent condition, and is a superb record indeed of the roses of the time. The roses fill the pages and are all hand colored and drawn with breathtaking artistry. They are almost larger than life, and the envy of every rose grower and botanical print lover! The paper is a soft aged white and the colors very intense. Each print measures approximately 7 inches wide by 10 1/4 inches long. There is little foxing.
Each print is accompanied by the ORIGINAL text. Please review the photos carefully as they are very accurate. Enclosed with each print is the accompanying original descriptive text.
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