George Shaw (1751-1813)
7 hand coloured copper engravings
Dr. Shaw (1751-1813) was a Fellow of the Royal Society, co-founder of the Linnean Society and a zoologist and keeper of the natural history department at the British Museum in London.
These striking illustrations were engraved principally by James Heath, an associate of the Royal Academy and royal engraver to King George III in 1794.
- Title of artwork
- Reptiles and Amphibians - 1800
- Lot of 7 engravings by George Shaw (1751-1813) - hand colour
- All in hand colour. Copper engravings
- Signed on print
- Sold with frame
- In good condition