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Le Muguet des Bois ou Hepatique étoilée.

Le Muguet des Bois ou Hepatique étoilée.

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Le Muguet des Bois ou Hepatique étoilée.

by REGNAULT, Nicolas François & Genevieve

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Paris: , 1774. An attractive and impressive botanical print by the husband and wife collaboration of Nicolas and Genevieve Regnault, from their work entitled 'La Botanique Mise a la portee de tout le monde ou Collection des Plantes D'Usage...'. The work illustrates both helpful (medicinal) and decorative plants. Blunt says " The most impressive French botanical work of the period". Size: 456 x 336 mm. Copperplate engraving with original wash colour. Very good condition.

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Title
Le Muguet des Bois ou Hepatique étoilée.
Author
REGNAULT, Nicolas François & Genevieve
Book Condition
Used
Place of Publication
Paris:
Date Published
1774

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