Pair of engravings of trees from "Sylva Britannica" by Jacob George Strutt (1826)

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Pair of engravings by Jacob George Strutt from the landmark 1826 publication, "Sylva Britannica, Portraits of Forest Trees distinguished for their Antiquity, Magnitude or Beauty."  

Both works, titled "The tall Oak at Fredville" and "The Chipstead Elm," were both drawn and engraved by Strutt. Both engravings have been archival mat and framed under UV glass. 

Titled in the engraving: The Chipstead Elm (bottom center)
Signed in the engraving: J.G. Strutt (LL)

Titled in the engraving: The tall Oak at Fredville (bottom center)
Signed in the engraving: J.G. Strutt, 1824 (LL)
Signed in the engraving: JGS (LR)

London, England, 1826.

Condition: Both works are in very good condition and have been archival mat and framed under UV glass. Wear commensurate with age.

Materials: Paper, Engraving

Dimensions: 19" W x 22" H x 3/4" D

SKU: 4016

Tear sheets are available on request. 


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