1836 Colored engraving - Insects - G. Cuvier, The Animal Kingdom - Decoration, Antique print - 10.8x7.5in

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GEORGES CUVIER - The Animal Kingdom
Dystique tres large, Hydropore deprime, Colymbete striee, Notere a antennes epaisses, Hygrobie d’Hermann, Haliple imprimee, Gyrin nageur
**Frame and mat not included**
Anatomist of the late 18th century and early 19th century, Georges Cuvier is considered the inventor of comparative anatomy and paleontology.
The animal kingdom, in which he develops his classification theories, is his life's work. Published by Masson in 1836, with 22 volumes, including 11 of plates containing nearly 1,000 color-enhanced engravings, the work ranks among the most important in the history of science. The plates are made by the best artists of the time, Audouin, Blanchard, d'Orbigny, Travies, Duvernois ...

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April 22, 2021
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May 31, 2021
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10, 2021
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