19th Century Prints, Early 20th Century, Engraving, Past/Present, Serigraph

Past/Present: Bugs

Today we have a new P/P post, featuring two complimentary prints of bugs, made over a hundred years apart. The older print is a fantastic representation of 19th century natural history engravings, known for their detailed approach to specimen illustration. The more recent serigraph, by Joan Drew,  plays off this tradition, but adds a touch of whimsy.

Image on Left: Untitled XLII. Eleven Types of Beetles. Published by A. Fullarton, London & Edinburgh. Engraving with original hand coloring, 1854.

Image on Right: Conclave by Joan Drew. Serigraph, 1961.




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