Charles Chabot, Tropaeolum speciosum - Original 19th-century lithograph print
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An original 19th-century lithograph print, Charles Chabot Tropaeolum speciosum.
This hand-coloured botanical lithograph printed by Charles Chabot (1815-1882) was part of a rare series was compiled by G.T. Burnett, first professor of botany at King's College, London.
Inscribed in the plate.
Foxing as shown and a tiny tear at the right edge.
20.4cm x 11.7cm.
This picture is from a collection of superb 19th-century works associated with the Bath area, possibly once owned by Lady Frances Mary Perring. The collection includes landscapes by Joseph Horlor (1809-1887), as well as drawings by, and drawn for, Lady Perring. An inscription on the verso of one drawing suggests that Horlor was possibly Perring’s drawing teacher.