George-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon

(1797-1788)

 

As a young man, Buffon studies law, mathematics, and medicine. In 1730 he made the "Grand Tour" and in 1732 he moved to Paris. His interest in the evolution of the species led him to study animals and birds in their past and present characteristics. His writings were considered to be so superior that he was asked to join the Academy Francaise. These prints are from volumes printed from 1837, 1839, 1854, and 1856.

 

Artists: Edward Travies and Janet Lange

Publisher: St. Jacques, Paris

Size: 10 ¼ x 6 ½"

Conditon: Very Good

 

$25 each

 

 

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Le Vari
Le Tapir
Le Taguan
Le Scops
Le Mouton
Le Martin Pecheur
Le Lama
Le Lagopede
Le Grimpereau
Le Grimpereau Bleu
Le Grebe Cornu
Le Figuier Bleu
Le Cheval Entier
Le Bouc
Le Barbican
L'Agouti
La Hyene Tachetee
La Chauve Souris Murin
Kit Fox
Blaireau
Basset A Jambes Torses
Le Mandrill
Le Souslisk
Poultry
Le Rossignol
La Barge Rousse
Swan
Le Calao Tock
Birds
Gobe
Chickens
La Perdrix Grise
Le Balbusard
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