Misc aquatic antique prints, of lobsters & corals complement your ocean side home decor. We have the hard to find antique lithographs of Lobsters by Sherman Denton, Horseshoe Crabs by Rhump & Albertus Seba Lizards. These authentic antique lithographs and hand colored engravings of crabs lobsters and corals will suit your sea side home décor with something different. Call me with your special requests 413-245-4197.
Misc Aquatic Sealife Engravings by George Wolfgang Knorr from 1768. Beautiful folio copper plate engravings with water colouring.
These beautiful antique engravings on hand made laid rag paper have vivid and strong water color illumination, are in excellent condition, and each piece measures about 14×21″
Snakes & Lizards by Albertus Seba 1736 – 1763 Hand Colored Copper Plate Engravings.
Albertus Seba’s Locupletissimi rerum naturalium thesauri accurata descriptio, et iconibus artificiosissimis expressio, per universam physices historiam. The work was published in Amsterdam by Janssonio-Waesbergios, & J. Wetstenium, & Gul. Smith between 1734 and 1765.
Denton Lobster Antique Lithographs by Sherman Denton, Framed.
These are the hard to find, antique lithographs of the famed North American Lobster. Stunning old chromolithographs, whereas each and every color was applied with a keystone, limestone plate, similar to the way silk screening is done today. Every color in a seperate process, all from limestone plates. Sherman Denton was hired by the Fish and Game Commission of the State of New York to illustrate North American species of fish and these wonderful lobsters.
Published c.1900. Archival matting, dark walnut burl and UV glass. Sold as a pair for $600.
Denton Lobsters, Unframed. Price Given Upon Request.
Misc Aquatic Antique Prints of Sea Life from c.1730 by Rhumph.
Rare hand colored engravings of crabs, lobsters & misc. crustaceans.
Rhumph’s c.1730 misc aquatic antique prints of sea life. Hand colored 18th Century engravings of crabs, lobsters, horse shoe crabs and shrimp! These are scarce German copper plate engravings on very fine hand made hand laid linen rag, with modern water coloring. Each old print measures about 9 1/2 x 16″ Click here to contact us.
American chromolithographs of Anemone, Coral & Crab.
Published c.1885 these are American chromolithographs by Louis Prang. These aquatic antique prints are of crabs, anemones, and star fish, and corals. Each old print measure about 9 1/2 x 12″ and the colors are strong. Click here to contact us.
Mid 19th Century German hand colored engravings & lithographs.
c. 1850 Old Sea Life Prints. These are German hand colored engravings and lithographs of shells, coral, fish & other sea creatures. measuring about 8×10″ Priced at $95. each. Click here to contact us.
Assorted Antique Lithographs and Hand Colored Engravings of Alligators, Jelly Fish, Lizard & Seals:
Assorted old Sea life engravings and lithographs, some are hand colored. Crocodiles & Gavials, Lizards, Jelly Fish and Seals Click here to contact us.
The Stunning Corals by Dennis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert c.1770
These are the stunning aquatic antique prints of coral by Diderot. Hand colored copper plate engravings from the Encyclopedia ou Dictionnaire raisonne des sciences, des arts et des metiers, par une societe de gens de lettres, published in Paris c.1770.
Misc aquatic antique prints of lobsters, crabs and corals. Antique hand colored engravings, lithographs and chromolithographs of lobsters, anemone and other curiosities found in the ocean. We are pleased to offer a great selection of misc aquatic antique prints from Anne Hall. We have Wilhelm gators. We have Prang anemone & coral prints. All of our old prints are over 100 years old! We also have really old antique prints of crabs other sea creatures by the early naturalists Rhump, Seba, and Mathias Merian! Wilhelm’s illustrations have so much character. They are small and colorful and will fit almost anywhere. Merian was an early publisher from Nuremburg. His work producing Johnston’s Animalia is primitive yet almost modern looking. Sea life creatures were quite the curiosity during the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries. Can you even imagine what people thought back then when they saw the specimens or the old prints of them?