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A Select Collection of the most beautiful Flowers, Drawn after Nature by A. Heckell; disposed in their proper Order in Baskets: Intended either for Ornament or the Improvement of Ladies in Drawing and Needlework

Print
c. 1795 (Reissued), c. 1750-70 (First published)
Artist/Maker
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Brief Description
Augustin Heckel (after), 1 of 6 plates, including title plate, from the suite entitled, 'A Select Collection of the most beautiful Flowers, Drawn after Nature by A. Heckell; disposed in their proper Order in Baskets: Intended either for Ornament or the Improvement of Ladies in Drawing and Needlework', probably a reissue, London, c. 1795.
Dimensions
  • Height: 34.9cm
  • Width: 24.7cm
Bibliographic Reference
Cloake, John, Prospects about Richmond: Mid-eighteenth Century Drawings and Prints by Augustin Heckel: Exhibition at the Museum of Richmond, 12 Octobre 1993-19 February 1994, Richmond: Museum of Richmond, 1993, 46.
Collection
Accession Number
E.38E-1890

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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