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Moho Notornis Takahe Broinowski Birds Australia Chromolithograph

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Broinowski - Moho (Notornis Mantelli - Owen) (Takahe)


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Antique natural history print


The takahe Notornis, or South Island takahe; is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand and belonging to the rail family. Broinowski was a Polish artist and ornithologist who arrived in Victoria c1857. From 1887 - 1891 he published 'The Birds of Australia' which contained about 300 chromolithographs. A little below title area, one foxing spot on far right edge of sheet. More Broinowski chromolithographs available, please ask.

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artist Gracius Joseph Broinowski (1837-1913)
method Chromolithograph
date 1899
size 255mm by 355mm (sheet)
SKU NH7324