Historical illustrations of insects are recreated in this stunning giclée on paper. The image is meticulously drawn and presented in a manner befitting its traditional style: with a subtle double mat (in antiqued white linen and Kraft-paper brown) and frame made of hand-stained, hand-distressed wood for a beautiful and believable antique finish. It groups nicely with Insect Study II and Insect Study III.
- Giclée on paper
- Traditional hand-stained and distressed wood frame
- Double matted with antiqued linen 6-ply mat over brown
- Matted and framed by hand in our Passaic, New Jersey, workshop
- Includes innovative system for easy, secure no-wire hanging:
- Frames lock into place for safe, secure installation
- Hang artwork level every time
- No measuring, math, or extra hardware needed
- Everything is included to hang your artwork; bubble level, foam tape, plastic markers / bracket locks, nails, and self-stick bumper
- Georges Cuvier was a French naturalist and zoologist, sometimes referred to as the "Father of paleontology." He was a major figure in natural sciences research in the early nineteenth century and was instrumental in establishing the fields of comparative anatomy and paleontology through his work in comparing living animals with fossils. His work is considered the foundation of vertebrate paleontology. His most famous work is Le Règne Animal, published by N. Redmond, which set out to describe the natural structure of the whole animal kingdom based on comparative anatomy and its natural history.
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