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LOT 77

Lot 77

AFTER PETER CHARLES HENDERSON (1791–1829)

AFTER PETER CHARLES HENDERSON (1791–1829)
Lot 77 Details
AFTER PETER CHARLES HENDERSON (1791–1829), British

THE QUADRANGULAR PASSION FLOWER, 1802 (PLATE 19 FROM DR. R. J. THORNTON, "THE TEMPLE OF FLORA,” LONDON, 1799–1807) [DUNTHORNE, 301]

Colour aquatint, line and stipple-engraving with letters on wove paper with hand-colouring by William Hopwood (English, active about 1800–1803). Published by Dr. Robert John Thornton (English/Irish, 1768-1837), London, June 1, 1802.

Plate/Sheet 21.5 x 16.1 in — 54.7 x 41 cm; 24 x 18.9 in — 61 x 48 cm

Estimate $800-$1,200

Realised: $360
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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AFTER PETER CHARLES HENDERSON (1791–1829)
  • AFTER PETER CHARLES HENDERSON (1791–1829)
  • AFTER PETER CHARLES HENDERSON (1791–1829)
Provenance:

Estate Collection, Toronto

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