C1837

Emus ou Casoars sans Casque.

Early c.19th French engraving of a pair of Cassowaries. Common name: Southern cassowary, Australian cassowary Modern binomial name Casuarrius Casuarrius First described 1758 Linnaeus Distribution QLD. Northern Cape York Peninsula. Collections: Bibliotheque Nationale de France: ark:/12148/bpt6k307862 National Library Australia: Bib … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Emus ou Casoars sans Casque.

Date:

C1837

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured copper engraving.

Image Size: 

150mm 
x 105mm

Paper Size: 

205mm 
x 132mm
AUTHENTICITY
Emus ou Casoars sans Casque. - Antique Print from 1837

Genuine antique
dated:

1837

Description:

Early c.19th French engraving of a pair of Cassowaries.

Common name: Southern cassowary, Australian cassowary
Modern binomial name Casuarrius Casuarrius
First described 1758 Linnaeus
Distribution QLD. Northern Cape York Peninsula.

Collections:
Bibliotheque Nationale de France: ark:/12148/bpt6k307862
National Library Australia: Bib ID 1386388
State Library New South Wales: DSM/980/115A7
State Library Victoria: RARELTB 919 D71O

Victor Marie Felix Danvin (1802 - 1842)

Victor Marie Felix Danvin (1802 -1842) was a French landscape painter. He attended the École des Beaux-Arts and studied with Guérin, Lethière, Watelet and Rémond. He exhibited in the salon from 1831.

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