Fundulus Grandis B&G

Description (Brief):

William Dougal (1822–1895) of Washington, D.C. engraved this print showing the male and female of the fish species Fundulus grandis [B&G] after original sketches by John H. Richard (c.1807–1881) of Philadelphia. The engraving was printed as Plate 36 in “Ichthyology of the Boundary” by Charles Girard (1822-1895), published in Volume 2, Part 2 of the Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey. The volume was printed in 1859 by Cornelius Wendell of Washington, D.C.

Date Of Book Publication: 1859

Probable Original Artist: Richard, John H.Probable Graphic Artist: Dougal, William H.Book Printer, Publisher: Wendell, CorneliusBook Author: Emory, William H.

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States: District of Columbia

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Exhibition Location:

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 2009.0115.064Catalog Number: 05978Accession Number: 2009.0115.064

Object Name: PrintObject Type: EngravingOther Terms: Print; Engraving

Physical Description: paper (overall materials)ink (overall materials)Measurements: overall: 26.3 cm x 36.3 cm; 10 3/8 in x 14 5/16 in


Record Id: nmah_802160

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