1954 Pierre-Joseph Redoute Roses
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Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Uncommon, With Dustwrapper, With Slipcase
This particular work gathers a series of 24 plates by Pierre-Joseph Redouté, depicting Roses. Pierre-Joseph Redouté is a important artist and botanist of the 18th century. Serving as the official artist in the court of Marie Antoinette, Redouté gained international success throughout career as an accomplished and accurate botanical artist. In the publisher's original binding, held in the original glassine binding and cardboard slipcase. With an introduction by Eva Mannering.
In the publisher's original binding, held in the original glassine wrap and card slipcase. Externally generally smart, with minor shelfwear. Small patches of rubbing to the tail of the spine. The original glassine wrap is smart, with sunning to the spine and small patches of loss to the tail of the spine. Internally firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean. The slipcase is generally smart, with heavy rubbing to the extremities.
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