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2020, Private Collection, 17th-18th Century Listed Historic House, London, UK, Weinmann Tulip Prints

Four Weinmann Tulip Prints
Private Collection, 17th-18th Century Listed Historic House, United Kingdom
November 2020

The George Glazer Gallery sold four botanical engravings of tulips from Johann Wilhelm Weinmann’s monumental work Phytanthoza Iconographia (1737-1745) to a collector in the United Kingdom. These photographs show them installed in the front hall of the collector’s London home on either side of a landscape painting and a variegated marble table after he had them framed in the early-18th-century Flemish style. This part of the house dates back to 1635. The home is a Grade II listed building, i.e. one that has been placed on the National Heritage List for England (NHLE), a registry of historically important building maintained by Historic England. Buildings categorized as Grade II have been determined to be “particularly important, of more than special interest.”

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The tulips complement the other fine furnishings in that grouping: a landscape oil painting by John Rathbone (English, c. 1750-1807), a George III marble-topped giltwood side table by Pierre Langlois, and Georgian mahogany hall chairs by Gillows of Lancaster.


“Understanding the List Entry.” Historic England. 2021. (8 January 2021).

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