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Albatros, 1833-39 (coloured engraving)


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Albatros, 1833-39 (coloured engraving)

999059 Albatros, 1833-39 (coloured engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; ( A Dictionnaire pittoresque d histoire naturelle et des phenomAnes de la natureA, 1833-39, published by Felix Edouard Guerin-Meneville
Albatross, Albino, Missgeburten, Stahlstich, 19tes Jahrhundert, Illustration, Tiere, VAogel, Medizin, Anomalien
Albatros, Albinos
Diomedea sp.); ePurix Verlag Volker Christen; French, out of copyright

Media ID 22248120

© Purix Verlag Volker Christen / Bridgeman Images

Albino Anomalies Monstrosities Albatros

Medium 18" Cushion (46x46cm)

18"x18" (46x46cm) Fibre filled cushion with a plush soft feel. Your choice of image fills the front, with a stone coloured faux suede back. Flat sewn concealed white zip.

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Estimated Product Size is 45.7cm x 45.7cm (18" x 18")

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This coloured engraving, titled "Albatros, 1833-39" showcases the exquisite artistry of the French School in the 19th century. The print, part of a private collection, is an illustration from "A Dictionnaire pittoresque d'histoire naturelle et des phénomènes de la nature" published by Felix Edouard Guérin-Méneville between 1833 and 1839. The artwork depicts an Albatross, specifically an Albino specimen belonging to the Diomedea species. This unique portrayal highlights both its beauty and rarity within the avian world. The delicate details captured through this Stahlstich technique truly bring this magnificent creature to life. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this engraving also holds significance in medical and scientific realms. It serves as a visual representation of anomalies and monstrosities found in animals—a subject that fascinated scholars during that era. Its inclusion in a comprehensive dictionary on natural history further emphasizes its educational value. Preserved by ePurix Verlag Volker Christen today, this historic piece remains out of copyright—allowing enthusiasts worldwide to appreciate its artistic mastery freely. Bridgeman Images has made it accessible for all to admire without commercial restrictions. As we gaze upon this remarkable image, we are reminded of humanity's enduring fascination with nature's wonders and our relentless pursuit to understand them better through art and science alike.

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