Plate IX

Method Etching with hand colouring
Artist Moses Harris
Published Mo:s Harris Dell et Sc. 1766. [Later printing from 1866].
Dimensions Image 195 x 151 mm Plate 205 x 162 mm Sheet 290 x 230 mm
Notes From George Louis Le Clerc's A Natural History, featuring Henry Augustus Chambers' A History of Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, and Insects (London: Thomas Kelly & Co., 1866).

Moses Harris (b.1730) was a British engraver and entomologist active in the eighteenth century. Based at White House, Princes Row, Whitechapel, he designed and etched plates for various natural history publications. His own work included Natural System of Colours (1766), The Aurelian or Natural History of English Insects (1766 - 1775), The English Lepidoptera, or, the Aurelian's Pocket Companion (1775), and An Exposition of English Insects (1776 - 80). His son was the painter and printmaker John Harris Senior (1767 - 1832).
Framing unmounted
Price £80.00
Stock ID 38841