This is print 5 from a series of lithographs by M.E. Descourtilz in 1827. Little did he know the world would slowly become obsessed with mushrooms 200 years later.
Michel Étienne Descourtilz (25 November 1775, Boiste near Pithiviers – 1835 or 1836, Paris), was a French physician, botanist and historian of the Haitian Revolution. He was the father of illustrator Jean-Théodore Descourtilz, with whom he sometimes collaborated.
This is an unframed art print on museum-quality paper.
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Some original images are cropped to fit the aspect ratio of the print. We choose the best sizes for each artwork and try to crop as little as possible, but be aware that your print could differ slightly in this way from the original art.
- 200 gsm / 80 lb matte (uncoated) paper.
- For indoor use.
- Unframed print is shipped ready for you to frame.
- Printed and shipped to order.