Dating back as far as the late 1700's, these vintage prints from William Curtis' botanical magazines feature a textured inset frame, vibrant ink colors, romantic script and fine paper. These were rescued from a library, and have page numberings written in pencil (which we think adds all the more character). This plate (p. 211) features an illustration of a sprouting geranium.
- Approximately 12" wide x 19.5" tall
- Circa 1775 - Please note: all artwork purchases are final sale
A NOTE ABOUT OUR VINTAGE PRINTS:
All our vintage prints are one of a kind and date back to the 1700's. We try to only sell those still in excellent condition, but minor wear is to be expected. For the most part, prints appear true to their photographs, but may have minor yellowing, light spots, or worn/creased torn edges (easily covered up with a mat).