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A Gallery Wall Of Birds Of Prey

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  • £3,950.00 for the set of eight
  • €4,697 Euro
  • $5,120 US Dollar

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This gallery wall of birds of prey consists of 2 Nozeman and 4 Martinet engravings.Also 2 Von Wright lithographs.

- The Nozeman engravings are a rare set of 2 copperplate engravings from “Nederlandsche Vogelen “ by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp published in Amsterdam from 1770. Hand coloured at the time of publication. These engravings rank among the most beautiful and sought after engravings ever produced.

Portrait birds of prey 60.5cm H x 50.5cm W

- The Martinet engravings are a set of 4 beautiful hand coloured copper plate engravings from '1770- 1786 Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux' Paris Imprimerie Royale by Le Comte de Buffon Georges- Louis Marie Leclerc.
The engravings are by Francois Nicholas Martinet (1725-1804) the foremost bird artist of the period, engraver and artist to the French Court.

Martinet birds of prey 41.5cm H x 36cm W

The Von Wright birds of prey are by the Finnish artists Magnus von Wright (1805 - 1868) and Wilhelm von Wright (1810 - 1887) who were well known in the 1800s as both artists and ornithologists. They captured details and colours not previously seen. These colourful chromolithographs were produced around 1920 by the Swedish lithographer A. Bortzells of Stockholm.

Von Wright birds of prey 46 cm H x. 39.5 cm W

The wall coverage is approximately 1.3 mH x 1.4 m W if displayed as per the thumbnail photograph.

These beautiful engravings are presented in complimentary frames which support AR70 glass which provides some protection against the damaging effect of sunlight and cuts reflection so that the image quality is vivid and uninhibited.

Item Info

Seller Location

Surrey, Surrey

Item Dimensions

H: 60.5cm W: 50.5cm



Item Location

United Kingdom

Seller Location

Surrey, Surrey

Item Location

United Kingdom

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+44 (0)7802 712203