Date: 18th century
Size: 12 x 20 inches (each)
Notes: Poster, Small, Lithograph
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About The Poster: These two lithographs from the eighteenth century are botanical plant studies. One is of Alopecurus (otherwise known as foxtail grass) common in temperate and subtropical parts of Eurasia, northern Africa, and the Americas. Certain strains are considered weeds, while others are often used for decorative purposes or in bouquets. The other is Melica, another type of grass that grows in clumps and is sometimes known as oniongrass.
These original prints are incredibly detailed and delicately coloured. They would add a sense of charm and elegance to any room, office, or even country house!