Siebold – Pisces Japonica

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This piece, by Philipp Franz Balthazar von Siebold (1796-1866), is one of the many illustrations based on the enormous number of zoological specimens collected he collected during his stay in Nagasaki, Japan, from 1823 to 1829.

  • By Philipp Franz Balthazar von Siebold
  • Features colorful illustrations of fish from Japan
  • Framed and ready to hang
  • Lancaster: 19"w x 25"h; White: 20"w x 26"h; Walnut: 20"w x 26"h

This work of Philipp Franz Balthazar von Siebold (1796-1866) was compiled by three scholars of the Leyden Museum on the basis of the enormous number of zoological specimens collected by Siebold during his stay in Nagasaki, Japan, from 1823 to 1829, and of rough sketches by the Japanese artist Keiga Kawahara and others. It was published serially in five volumes over the period of 1833-1850.

This was the first material written in a Western language on Japanese fauna, and it introduced Japanese fauna to the West on a wide scale.

Lancaster: 19"w x 25"h; White: 20"w x 26"h; Walnut: 20"w x 26"h

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