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      • PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAJU (FRANCE, 1766-1854)
        Apr. 19, 2024

        PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAJU (FRANCE, 1766-1854)

        Est: $100 - $200

        PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAJU (FRANCE, 1766-1854) Pair of Fruit Prints from "Pomologie Francaise", 1846, hand colored lithos, in modern gold cove frames, linen mats, glazed, OS: 21 1/2" x 17 1/2" SS: 12 1/2" x 9 1/2", toned, foxing to one mat.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAJU (FRANCE, 1766-1854)
        Jan. 24, 2024

        PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAJU (FRANCE, 1766-1854)

        Est: $200 - $300

        PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAJU (FRANCE, 1766-1854) Pair of Fruit Prins from "Pomologie Francaise", 1846, hand colored lithos, in modern gold cove frames, linen mats, glazed, OS: 21 1/2" x 17 1/2" SS: 12 1/2" x 9 1/2", toned, foxing to one mat.

        Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Guarea ramiflora, 1803. Copper engraving.
        Dec. 05, 2023

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Guarea ramiflora, 1803. Copper engraving.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Paper, copper engraving. Page size: 50.5 x 31.5 cm. Image size: 27.5 x 19 cm. Signed "Dessine par Poiteau. Grave par Sellier". Minor dirt, foxings, tears along the edges. Il. No. 41 from the publication "Choix de plantes: dont la plupart sont cultivées dans le jardin de Cels". Artist - Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), engraver - François Noël Sellier (1737-1790).

        Kabinett Auktionshaus & Antiquitäten GmbH
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Casearia stipularis. Copper engraving, 1803.
        Dec. 05, 2023

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Casearia stipularis. Copper engraving, 1803.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Paper, copper engraving. Page size: 50 x 31.5 cm. Image size: 28 x 19 cm. Signed "Dessine par Poiteau. Grave par Sellier". Minor dirt, foxings. Il. No. 46 from the publication "Choix de plantes: dont la plupart sont cultivées dans le jardin de Cels". Artist - Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), engraver - François Noël Sellier (1737-1790).

        Kabinett Auktionshaus & Antiquitäten GmbH
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau.(1766-1854). Casearia coriacea, 1803. Copper engraving.
        Dec. 05, 2023

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau.(1766-1854). Casearia coriacea, 1803. Copper engraving.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Original copper engraving illustration. No. 45 - Casearia coriacea - from the 1st edition of "Choix de plantes: dont la plupart sont cultivees dans le jardin de Cels". Page size: 50 x 31.5 cm, image size: 27.5 x 19 cm. Artist - Pancrace Bessa (1772-1846), student of Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840), engraver - Francois Noel Sellier (1737-1790). The edges are cropped. Minor dirt, foxings /// The edition "Choix de plantes : dont la plupart sont cultivees dans le jardin de Cels" is very rare. The artist Pierre-Joseph Redouté and the botanist Étienne Pierre Ventenat had worked together before. The first joint work of Redouté and Ventenat was a commission from Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais for the artistic decoration of her garden of rare plants in Malmaison. As a result, the famous "Garden of Malmaison" (1803-04) was created . The book "A Selection of Plants, Most of Which Are Grown in Cels's Garden", published around the same time, is further evidence of their successful collaboration. Jacques-Philippe-Martin Cels (1740-1806) was a tax collector from 1761 up until the Revolution, when he was forced to resign and devote himself to the study of botany under the direction of Bernard de Jussie and Louis-Guillaume Le Monnier and under the influence of Rousseau. At the beginning of the 19th century, Cels laid out a garden of about 18 hectares, first described by Ventenat in “Description of new and little-known plants grown in the garden of J.M. Sels” (1800-1802) with 100 color illustrations by P.J. Redoubt. The second book, “A Selection of Plants, Most of Which Are Grown in the Cels's Garden,” is his second book, which reflects the beauty of the famous garden of Celsus, recognized by contemporaries as one of the most beautiful in Europe.

        Kabinett Auktionshaus & Antiquitäten GmbH
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau.(1766-1854). Quercus crassifolia, late 18th - early 19th centuries.
        Dec. 05, 2023

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau.(1766-1854). Quercus crassifolia, late 18th - early 19th centuries.

        Est: €100 - €200

        Paper, copper engraving. Page size: 51 x 33 cm. Image size: 34 x 24 cm. Signed "Poiteau del. Sellier sculp". Minor dirt, foxings. Il. No. 91. Artist - Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), engraver - François Noël Sellier (1737-1790).

        Kabinett Auktionshaus & Antiquitäten GmbH
      • PIERRE-ANTOINE POITEAU (1766 - 1854) Four illuminated engravings of botany
        May. 31, 2023

        PIERRE-ANTOINE POITEAU (1766 - 1854) Four illuminated engravings of botany

        Est: €200 - €300

        PIERRE-ANTOINE POITEAU (Ambleny 1766 - Paris, 1854) Four illuminated engravings of botany 39 x 28 cm 200 - 300 €

        Bayeu Subastas
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau, (French, 1766-1815)
        Oct. 06, 2021

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau, (French, 1766-1815)

        Est: $250 - $350

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau, (French, 1766-1815) , "Aristolochia Grandiflora" and "La Dalberg à Feuilles Pourpeés", c. 1808, 2 hand-colored engravings, from Flore des Antilles, sights 18 1/2 in. x 12 1/2 in., framed alike. (2 pcs.) Condition: Overall fair condition. Ext. Frame: Each 28 1/2 in. x 22 1/2 in. x 1 1/2 in

        Neal Auction Company
      • 4 French engravings or Fruit with Decorative Frames
        Dec. 05, 2020

        4 French engravings or Fruit with Decorative Frames

        Est: $400 - $800

        Poiteau, Pierre-Antoine (French 1766 - 1854) and Turpin and others, Epargne, Reinette Jaune Native, Cerise Native, Diapree Rouge, 4 hand colored stipple engraving, 17 x 12 inches sheet size, each framed in matching decorative frames with French mats and gilded crackle frames, 28 x 22.5 inches, Provenance: Kenyon Oppenheimer Chicago Il.

        Concept Art Gallery
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) - Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. 1846
        Jul. 30, 2020

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) - Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. 1846

        Est: £40,000 - £60,000

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846.One of the most magnificent of fruit books. Sandra Raphael notes that 'from 1807 to 1835 a new edition of Duhamel du Monceau's Traité des Arbres fruitiers, expanded by Poiteau and Turpin, was published in 72 parts with over 400 new plates. Ten years later, after Turpin's death, it was reprinted with a new title under the name of Poiteau alone.' The latter had been responsible for the text, although Turpin was also a botanist, and both belonged to the group of flower and fruit artists associated with Redouté. The truly 'magnifiques gravures' are devoted to peaches and plums (vol. I), cherries and strawberries (vol. II), gooseberries and pears (vol. III), and a luxurious array of apples (vol. IV). Oak Spring Pomona 31; Nissen BBI 551.4 volumes, folio (420 x 272mm). Half-titles with plate-lists on verso, 420 fine stipple-engraved plates printed in colour and finished by hand after Poiteau and P.J.F. Turpin, and 3 uncoloured engravings. (occasional light spotting and toning). Contemporary green half morocco, marbled boards, gilt spines with lettering in elaborate cartouche (extremities lightly rubbed, one or two scuffs to edges).

        Christie's
      • Collection of 2 French Botanical Prints, 19th C.
        Jan. 15, 2017

        Collection of 2 French Botanical Prints, 19th C.

        Est: $300 - $500

        French, 19th century. A collection of two 19th century hand colored botanical lithographs, each botanical print depicting pear with bud and blossom, comprising "Ronville", by Pierre Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854); and "Angleterre d'hiver". Each framed approximately 21.25" x 18". Each sight approximately 12.5" x 9.25".

        Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
      • Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) French Bigaradier Violet, Melangolo Pavonezzi 1818, from Histoire naturelle des oranges par A. Ri...
        Nov. 27, 2016

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) French Bigaradier Violet, Melangolo Pavonezzi 1818, from Histoire naturelle des oranges par A. Ri...

        Est: $40 - $60

        Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) French Bigaradier Violet, Melangolo Pavonezzi 1818, from Histoire naturelle des oranges par A. Risso et A Poiteau, Vol II, Tab. 36 Handcoloured copper engraving 25.5 x 18.5 cm

        Theodore Bruce
      • Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French 1766 - 1854).
        Dec. 05, 2015

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French 1766 - 1854).

        Est: $100 - $200

        "Poire de St. Francis". Hand colored engraving. 12-1/8" x 9-1/2". No. 293. Size 17" x 12".

        Morphy Auctions
      • Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French 1766 - 1854).
        Dec. 05, 2015

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French 1766 - 1854).

        Est: $100 - $200

        "Poire de Chypre". No. 236. 12-1/8" x 9-1/2". Size 17" x 12".

        Morphy Auctions
      • POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854) Pomologie Française Recueil des plus be
        Dec. 01, 2015

        POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854) Pomologie Française Recueil des plus be

        Est: -

        POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854) Pomologie Française Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France Paris: Paul Renouar...

        Christie's
      • Eight hand colored engravings of fruit after Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854) and Pierre Jean François Turpin (French, 1775-1840)
        Nov. 10, 2013

        Eight hand colored engravings of fruit after Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854) and Pierre Jean François Turpin (French, 1775-1840)

        Est: -

        Eight hand colored engravings of fruit after Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854) and Pierre Jean François Turpin (French, 1775-1840)

        Bonhams
      • Eight hand colored engravings of fruit after Pierr
        Sep. 29, 2013

        Eight hand colored engravings of fruit after Pierr

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Eight hand colored engravings of fruit after Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854 and Pierre Jean Fran輟is Turpin (French, 1775-1840

        Bonhams
      • A suite of eight hand-colored engravings of fruitafter Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854) and Pierre Jean François Turpin (French, 1775-1840)
        Apr. 24, 2013

        A suite of eight hand-colored engravings of fruitafter Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (French, 1766-1854) and Pierre Jean François Turpin (French, 1775-1840)

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        Ostensibly from the work Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France, Paris, Langlois and Leclercq, 1846, comprising: "Cerisette (Prune)," "Royale ordinaire," "Cerise à bouquets," "La Galifsonniere," "Merisier fastigué," "Fraisier de Virginie à petites fleurs," "Plaqueminier de Virginie" and "Bigarreau Commun," each within mats and giltwood frames. plate 12 1/2 x 9 3/4in (31.75 x 25cm); sight 14 1/4 x 11 1/2in (36 x 29cm) (8)

        Bonhams
      • Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854)
        Dec. 17, 2012

        Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854) Bouquet de fleurs Aquarelle gouachée sur vélin A vue, 31,5 x 27,5 cm Signée en bas à droite Gondolé

        Millon & Associes
      • Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854)
        Dec. 17, 2012

        Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854) Bouquet de fleurs Aquarelle gouachée sur vélin A vue, 31,5 x 27,5 cm Signée en bas à droite Gondolé

        Millon & Associes
      • Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854)
        Dec. 17, 2012

        Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854)

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Pierre-Antoine POITEAU (1766 - 1854) Bouquet de fleurs Aquarelle gouachée sur vélin A vue, 31,5 x 27,5 cm Signée en bas à droite Gondolé

        Millon & Associes
      • FOUR BOTANICAL ENGRAVINGS AFTER PIERRE-ANTOINE POITEAU (FRANCE, 1766-1854).
        Mar. 31, 2012

        FOUR BOTANICAL ENGRAVINGS AFTER PIERRE-ANTOINE POITEAU (FRANCE, 1766-1854).

        Est: $250 - $450

        FOUR BOTANICAL ENGRAVINGS AFTER PIERRE-ANTOINE POITEAU (FRANCE, 1766-1854). Handcolored stipple engravings from Histoire Naturelle des Orangers published Paris, 1818. Some toning and foxing. In matching frames, 22 1/2"h. 20"w.

        Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France . Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846.
        Nov. 23, 2010

        POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France . Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846.

        Est: £50,000 - £80,000

        POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846. 4 volumes, 2° (410 x 280mm). Half-titles with plate-lists on verso, 420 FINE STIPPLE-ENGRAVED PLATES PRINTED IN COLOUR AND FINISHED BY HAND after Poiteau and P.J.F. Turpin, and 3 uncoloured engravings. (Some marginal waterstaining at beginning of vol. III, occasional light spotting.) Contemporary green half morocco over marbled boards, gilt spines with lettering in elaborate cartouche, marbled endpapers (extremities lightly rubbed, vol. II with slight scuff mark to spine, joints of vol. III neatly repaired). ONE OF THE MOST MAGNIFICENT OF FRUIT BOOKS. Sandra Raphael notes that "from 1807 to 1835 a new edition of Duhamel's Trait des Arbres frutiers, expanded by Poiteau and Turpin, was pubished in 72 parts with over 400 new plates. Ten years later, after Turpin's death, it was reprinted with a new title under the name of Poiteau alone." The latter had been responsible for the text, although Turpin was also a botanist, and both belonged to the group of flower and fruit artists associated with Redouté. The truly "magnifiques gravures" are devoted to peaches and plums (vol. I), cherries and strawberries (vol. II), gooseberries and pears (vol. III), and a luxurious array of apples (vol. IV). Oak Spring Pomona 31; Nissen BBI 551. (4)

        Christie's
      • Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Four Prints: Coing
        Oct. 14, 2010

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Four Prints: Coing

        Est: $640 - $960

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854). Four Prints: Coing de Portugal. [and:] Chêne-vert (poire). [and:] Pompelmouse ordinaire. [and:] Colmar. Four attractive stipple engravings with hand-coloring, from Pomologie française;recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. (Paris: 1846). All are in very good condition with toning and light spotting. Colmar has some minor paper loss to corners. All have mounting tape to reverse. All have light penciled notations. The first three prints measure 11.75 x 17 inches, and the last print measures 12 x 16.75 inches.

        Heritage Auctions
      • Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) and Pierre Jean Fran
        Oct. 14, 2010

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) and Pierre Jean Fran

        Est: $640 - $960

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854) and Pierre Jean Francois Turpin (1775-1840). Four Prints: Royale hâtivel. [and:] Raisin précoce. [and:] Nefflier à gros Fruit. [and:] Ronce à fruit bleu. Four stipple engravings with hand-coloring, most likely from Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. (Paris: 1846). All are in very good condition with overall toning and spotting. Royale hâtivel has a thin strip of dampstaining along the left edge. Raisin précoce is specifically attributed to Poiteau and has darker spotting in the image area. Ronce à fruit bleu is attributed to Turpin and is more heavily toned than the others; it also has some offsetting along the left side. All but the last print have mounting tape to the reverse. All have light penciled notations. The first three prints measure 11.75 x 17 inches, and the last (the Turpin print) measures 14.25 x 19.75 inches.

        Heritage Auctions
      • Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), SIX STUDIES OF CHERRIES: CERISE COMMUNE, DIT DE LA MADELEINE; GROS BIGARREAU ROUGE; ROYALE NATIVE; CERISE D'ANGLETERRE; CERISE D'ANGLETERRE NATIVE; BIGARREAU NOIR, Six handcoloured engravings with letters engraved
        Dec. 10, 2009

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), SIX STUDIES OF CHERRIES: CERISE COMMUNE, DIT DE LA MADELEINE; GROS BIGARREAU ROUGE; ROYALE NATIVE; CERISE D'ANGLETERRE; CERISE D'ANGLETERRE NATIVE; BIGARREAU NOIR, Six handcoloured engravings with letters engraved

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), French SIX STUDIES OF CHERRIES: CERISE COMMUNE, DIT DE LA MADELEINE; GROS BIGARREAU ROUGE; ROYALE NATIVE; CERISE D'ANGLETERRE; CERISE D'ANGLETERRE NATIVE; BIGARREAU NOIR; Six handcoloured engravings with letters engraved by Bouquet Plate 12.2" x 9.3" - 31 x 23.5 cm.

        Waddington's
      • Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), SIX STUDIES OF STRAWBERRIES: FRAISIER A FLEURS DOUBLES; FRAISIER DU CHILE; FRAISIER DE CAROLINE; FRAISIER SOUCHET; FRAISIER DE VIRGINIE; CAPRON COMMUN, Six handcoloured engravings with letters, Plate each 12.5" x
        Dec. 10, 2009

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), SIX STUDIES OF STRAWBERRIES: FRAISIER A FLEURS DOUBLES; FRAISIER DU CHILE; FRAISIER DE CAROLINE; FRAISIER SOUCHET; FRAISIER DE VIRGINIE; CAPRON COMMUN, Six handcoloured engravings with letters, Plate each 12.5" x

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (1766-1854), French SIX STUDIES OF STRAWBERRIES: FRAISIER A FLEURS DOUBLES; FRAISIER DU CHILE; FRAISIER DE CAROLINE; FRAISIER SOUCHET; FRAISIER DE VIRGINIE; CAPRON COMMUN; Six handcoloured engravings with letters Plate each 12.5" x 9.5" - 31.8 x 24.1 cm.

        Waddington's
      • POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France . Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846.
        Dec. 09, 2009

        POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France . Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846.

        Est: £50,000 - £80,000

        POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie française; recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, 1846. 4 volumes, 2° (410 x 280mm). Half-titles with plate-lists on verso, 420 FINE STIPPLE-ENGRAVED PLATES PRINTED IN COLOUR AND FINISHED BY HAND after Poiteau and P.J.F. Turpin, and 3 uncoloured engravings. (Some marginal waterstaining at beginning of vol. III, occasional light spotting.) Contemporary green half morocco over marbled boards, gilt spines with lettering in elaborate cartouche, marbled endpapers (extremities lightly rubbed, vol. II with slight scuff mark to spine, joints of vol. III neatly repaired). ONE OF THE MOST MAGNIFICENT OF FRUIT BOOKS. Sandra Raphael notes that "from 1807 to 1835 a new edition of Duhamel's Trait des Arbres frutiers, expanded by Poiteau and Turpin, was pubished in 72 parts with over 400 new plates. Ten years later, after Turpin's death, it was reprinted with a new title under the name of Poiteau alone." The latter had been responsible for the text, although Turpin was also a botanist, and both belonged to the group of flower and fruit artists associated with Redouté. The truly "magnifiques gravures" are devoted to peaches and plums (vol. I), cherries and strawberries (vol. II), gooseberries and pears (vol. III), and a luxurious array of apples (vol. IV). Oak Spring Pomona 31; Nissen BBI 551. (4)

        Christie's
      • D'APRES PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAU (1766-1864)
        Oct. 22, 2009

        D'APRES PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAU (1766-1864)

        Est: €200 - €300

        D'APRES PIERRE ANTOINE POITEAU (1766-1864) Deux planches issues de Histoire naturelle des Orangers: Oranger à fruit rugueux et Oranger à longues feuilles par Gabriel et Susémihl Ensemble de deux gravures au pointillé, impression en couleurs, 1872, rognées et contrecollées sur vélin, salissures, piqûres, non examinées hors de leur cadre 25,3 x 17 cm. (10 x 6¾ in.) (2)

        Christie's
      • POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Française. Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Paul Renouard pour Langlois et Leclercq, 1846.
        Nov. 25, 2008

        POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Française. Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Paul Renouard pour Langlois et Leclercq, 1846.

        Est: €30,000 - €50,000

        POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Française. Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Paul Renouard pour Langlois et Leclercq, 1846. 4 tomes en 8 volumes in-folio (412 x 282 mm). 419 planches (sur 420, manque la planche 14 de la section "Poirier" intitulée "Beuré d'Amboise") de Poiteau et Turpin gravées sur cuivre, imprimées en couleurs et rehaussées, par Bouquet, Leuleu, Gabriel, Massard, Bocourt, Legrand, Allais, Rodrigue, et d'autres, et 3 planches en noir. (Quelques rousseurs, quelques planches brunies, petite mouillure dans l'angle inférieur à gauche en marge, l'une des planches en noir avec tache brune.) Demi-chagrin vert de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés (reliures frottées, quelques éraflures, coiffes usées). LE PLUS RARE OUVRAGE DE POMOLOGIE, réimprimé par Poiteau à ses frais d'après le Traité des arbres fruitiers de Duhamel du Monceau, publié de 1807 à 1835. Dans cette édition, Poiteau fit effacer le nom du dessinateur Turpin (1775-1840) sur ses planches, et les fit arranger différemment par rapport à l'édition précédente. Selon Nissen, plus de 20 graveurs collaborèrent à cette luxueuse édition. Les très belles planches de grand format illustrent les arbres fruitiers suivants: amandier (14), pêcher (39), abricotier (9), prunier (48 représentant 49 variétés), cerisier (27), olivier (1), citronnier (9), arbousier (1), épine-vinette (5), vigne (13, plus une en noir), pavia (2), cornuiller (1), asiminier (1), framboisier (4), fraisier (25 représentant 26 variétés), mûrier (2), plaqueminier (2), pistachier (2), grenadier (1), airelle (1), groseiller (20 représentant 31 variétés), poirier (106 sur 107, sans la planche 14), pommier (58), coignassier (3), néflier (4), azerolier (4), noyer (3), noisetier (8), châtaignier (2), pin (2), figuier (2). DE TOUTE RARETÉ. Nissen BBI 1554; Sitwell p. 94 (note). (8)

        Christie's
      • After Pierre Antoine Poiteau (French
        Oct. 11, 2008

        After Pierre Antoine Poiteau (French

        Est: $400 - $600

        After Pierre Antoine Poiteau (French 1766-1834) Assiminier de Virginie and Noisetier du Levant: Two Works Each a stipple engraving by Auguste Bouquet (French 1819-1846) with hand-coloring, 19th century; each with scattered foxing. Each framed.* Sight size of each: 330 x 254 mm (13 x 10 in)

        Weschler's
      • A flax plant (Linum usitatissimum) with subsidiary studies of moths and lavae
        May. 22, 2008

        A flax plant (Linum usitatissimum) with subsidiary studies of moths and lavae

        Est: £1,500 - £2,500

        Pierre-Antoine Poiteau (Ambleny 1766-1854 Paris) A flax plant (Linum usitatissimum) with subsidiary studies of moths and lavae pencil, watercolour, heightened with gum arabic, on vellum 16¼ x 11¾ in. (41.3 x 29.8 cm.) and an English School, circa 1800 study of a flax plant in pen and ink and watercolour, heightened with gum arabic (2)

        Christie's
      • POITEAU Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854) - Pomologie
        Dec. 09, 2007

        POITEAU Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854) - Pomologie

        Est: €20,000 - €25,000

        POITEAU Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854) - Pomologie française...

        Osenat
      • POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Française. Recueil des plus beaux fruits
        Nov. 23, 2006

        POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Française. Recueil des plus beaux fruits

        Est: €25,000 - €35,000

        POITEAU, Pierre-Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Française. Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultivés en France. Paris: Paul Renouard pour Langlois et Leclercq, 1846. 3 volumes (sur 4) in-folio (412 x 282 mm). 334 planches de Poiteau et Turpin gravées sur cuivre, imprimées en couleurs et rehaussées, par Bouquet, Leuleu, Gabriel, Massard, Bocourt, Legrand, Allais, Rodrigue, et d'autres, et 3 planches en noir. (Quelques rousseurs, quelques planches brunies, petite mouillure dans l'angle inférieur à gauche en marge blanche.) Demi-basane de l'époque (usures, pièces de titre modernes). LE PLUS RARE OUVRAGE DE POMOLOGIE, réimprimé par Poiteau à ses frais d'après le Traité des arbres fruitiers de Duhamel du Monceau, publié de 1807 à 1835. Les très belles planches de grand format illustrent les plantes suivantes: amandier (14), pêcher (39), abricotier (9 planches), prunier (48 avec 49 espèces), cerisier (27), olivier (1), citronnier (9), arbousier (1), épine-vinette (5), vigne (13, plus une en noir), pavia (2), cornuiller (1), asiminier (1), framboisier (4), fraisier (25 avec 26 espèces), mûrier (2), plaqueminier (2), pistachier (2), grenadier (1), airelle (1), groseiller (20 planches figurant 31 varités), poirier (107). DE TOUTE RARETÉ. Nissen BBI 1554; Sitwell p. 94 (note). (3)

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      • POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Fran‡aise. Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultiv‚s en France. Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, [1846].
        Dec. 18, 2002

        POITEAU, Pierre Antoine (1766-1854). Pomologie Fran‡aise. Recueil des plus beaux fruits cultiv‚s en France. Paris: Langlois and Leclercq, [1846].

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        2 volumes, 2 o (403 x 290 mm). 50 stipple-engraved plates only (of 420), printed in color and finished by hand after Poiteau and Turpin comprising 26 plates of cherries and 24 of berries (some occasional spotting and browning, plate 21 with remnants of paper adhered to image). Modern buckram, original front wrappers bound in (front wrappers repaired). Provenance : Massachusetts Horticultural Society, J.D. Williams French Fund (bookplates dated 1908; stamps). A fine collection of Poiteau's cherry and berry plates from one of the rarest books on fruit. The plates are from Duhamel's Trait‚ des Arbes frutiers (1808-35), republished by Poiteau on his own. Sold as a collection of plates, not subject to return. Dunthorne 101; Great Flower Books, p.55; Nissen BBI 551. (2).

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      • RISSO, Joseph Antoine (1777-1845) and Pierre Antoine POITEAU (1766-1854). Histoire naturelle des Orangers. Paris: Henri Plon and G. Masson, 1872.
        Dec. 18, 2002

        RISSO, Joseph Antoine (1777-1845) and Pierre Antoine POITEAU (1766-1854). Histoire naturelle des Orangers. Paris: Henri Plon and G. Masson, 1872.

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        4 o (435 x 288 mm). Half-title, 2-page dedication. (Some browning and foxing.) 109 fine stipple-engraved plates printed in colors and finished by hand after Poiteau by V. Bonnefoi, Chailly, Dien, Gabriel, Legrand, T. Susimihl and Texier (some occasional foxing, pale browning and soiling). Contemporary half morocco (covers detached). Provenance : James R. Cass (donated in 1974 to); Massachusetts Horticultural Society (bookplate). FIRST EDITION, A RARE LARGE-PAPER COPY of this "beautiful and inspiring work" ( Great Flower Books ), covering over 70 varieties of sweet or bitter oranges, nearly fifty lemons and smaller numbers of limes, citrons, and grapefruit. It was first published at a time when Nice was still in the kingdom of the Two Sicilies, appearing in 19 fascicles between July 1818 and August 1820. The author, Antoine Risso, was a French apothecary and botanist who spent all his life in Nice. Antoine Poiteau, the illustrator, began his career as an apprentice gardener at the Jardin des Plantes, and spent some time in the Caribbean collecting plants before returning to Paris in 1800 and turning to botanical illustration, with an initial style modelled on Van Spaendonck and Redout‚. Apart from the illustrations, he provided much information on citrus varieties native to the Tropics. Oak Spring Pomona 76; Nissen BBI 1640; Great Flower Books, p.73; Dunthorne 263; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 9248.

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      • RISSO, Joseph Antoine (1777-1845) and Pierre Antoine POITEAU (1766-1854). Histoire naturelle des Orangers. Paris: Imprimerie de Mme. H‚rrisant le Doux, 1818-[1820].
        Jun. 13, 2002

        RISSO, Joseph Antoine (1777-1845) and Pierre Antoine POITEAU (1766-1854). Histoire naturelle des Orangers. Paris: Imprimerie de Mme. H‚rrisant le Doux, 1818-[1820].

        Est: $11,920 - $17,880

        4o in 2 (430 x 270mm). Half-title, 2pp. dedication to the Duchesse de Berry, 109 fine stipple-engraved plates printed in colours and finished by hand after Poiteau by V. Bonnefoi, Chailly, Dien, Gabriel, Legrand, T. Sus‚mihl and Texier, plate 15 misnumbered as 21. (Some spotting and occasional light browning to text and plates, some light offsetting onto the plates, plates 3 to 8 short at lower margin, plate 28 and later plates with the sized area browned.) Contemporary olive straight-grained morocco gilt by Charles Lewis, covers with ruled borders and corner rosettes, spine gilt in six sections, gilt inner dentelles, gilt edges. A RARE LARGE-PAPER COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION, of this 'beautiful and inspiring work ' ( Great Flower Books ), covering over 70 varieties of sweet or bitter oranges, nearly fifty lemons and smaller numbers of limes, citrons, and grapefruit. It was published at a time when Nice was still in the kingdom of the Two Sicilies, appearing in 19 fascicles between July 1818 and August 1820. The author, Antoine Risso, was a French apothecary and botanist who spent all his life in Nice. Antoine Poiteau, the illustrator, began his career as an apprentice gardener at the Jardin des Plantes, and spent some time in the Caribbean collecting plants before returning to Paris in 1800 and turning to botanical illustration, with an initial style modelled on Van Spaendonck and Redout‚. Apart from the illustrations, he provided much information on citrus varieties native to the Tropics. The size of this copy is unusual and suggests it may have been for special presentation. The dedicatee of the work was the Duchesse de Berry, daughter of Francis I of Naples, and her crowned coat-of-arms appears on the title-page. Oak Spring Pomona 76; Nissen BBI 1640; Great Flower Books p.73; Dunthorne 263; Stafleu and Cowan 9248.

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