[Tree studies] Oak [and] Scotch Fir.
Pen lithograph, from a drawing book, printed on Whatman watermarked paper; sheet 220 x 310mm. 8¾ x 12¼".
Sketches of an oak tree on the left and Scots Pine on the right by Paul Sandby Munn (1773 - 1845). Munn was named after his godfather, Paul Sandby, who gave him his first instructions in watercolour painting. Plate is unnumbered. Paul Sandby Mann (1773-1845) first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1798 and was a frequent contributor of topographical drawings to that and other exhibtions. He drew some of the views of Britton's "Beauties of England and Wales". He painted little after 1832, when he devoted himself chiefly to music.
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