Description : A.J. Wendel [1826-1915] born in Letde, Belgium. He drew these large and fine plates; lithographes are by G. Severyns. Severeyns is one of the most famous Belgian chromolithographers of the period. Belgian lithographers reached the ultimate of craftsmanship during the 19th century. Some of the finest pomological works come from his establishment such as the plates of Bull and Hogg's 'The Herefordshire Pomona', Decaisne's 'Jardin Fruitier du museum', and Berghuis' 'Nederlandsche Boomgaard'. Together with Noort's 'Pomologia Batava' and Berghuis' 'Nederlandsche Boomgaard' it is one of the only three Dutch illustrated works on pomology, which were published during the 19th century. The very fine illustrations depict flowers and fruit growing in the Netherlands
Circa : 1879
Over all size is 247 x 322 mm. (Approximately 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches)
verso is blank
Condition : Condition : In a wonderful condition but please do examine the The Print as it's been said that beauty is an eye of beholder.
Rarity : Extremely Rare and becoming hard to find.
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