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Print of the Month - March 2017

This is probably the first print in oil colour by Baxter produced using wood blocks only. Catalogued by Courtney Lewis as CL 4.

Used as a frontispiece to Mudie’s book, Natural History of Birds, first edition, 1834.

Baxter Process Print, size c. 9 x 6.5 cm.

From a painting by Thomas Landseer who was a pupil of Haydon and brother of Sir Edwin Landseer.