DescriptionPierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Four Prints: Coing de Portugal. [and:] Chêne-vert (poire). [and:] Pompelmouse ordinaire. [and:] Colmar.
Four attractive stipple engravings with hand-coloring, from Pomologie française;recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. (Paris: 1846). All are in very good condition with toning and light spotting. Colmar has some minor paper loss to corners. All have mounting tape to reverse. All have light penciled notations. The first three prints measure 11.75 x 17 inches, and the last print measures 12 x 16.75 inches.
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