1799. This is a leaf from Histoire Naturelle de Oiseaux d'Afrique, Levaillant's most important work. This is a comprehensive description of the birds of South America based upon his own personal experiences. Many of the birds that Levaillant claimed to have inhabited Africa later were proven not to be native to the continent. Print method is Engraving and hand colored on paper, measuring 345 x 260mm. or approximately 16 x 10 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #48222. Very Good.
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1896. Source: A Handbook of the Birds of Great Britain; three bird lithographs designed by Richard Bowder Sharpe (1847-1909), an English zoologist who joined the British Museum as a Senior Assistant in the Department of Zoology, in charge of the bird collection. Sharpe wrote 13 1/2 of the 27 volumes of the Catalogue of the Birds of the British Museum.The framed print measures 6 1/8 x 4 1/4 inches. Matted in wood frame with gold finish. #43583/43562/43576. Very Good.