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Galerie de Joseph Wolf

  • Manchot empereur (Aptenodytes forsteri), illustration tirée de John Richardson et John Edward Gray (1844). The Zoology of the Voyage of the H.M.S. Erebus & Terror, Under the Command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, During the Years 1839 to 1843. Vol. I. Mammalia, Birds, E.W. Janson (Londres)

  • Corbeau, illustration tirée d'Arthur Edward Knox (1855). Ornithological Rambles in Sussex: with a Systematic Catalogue of the Birds of That County, and Remarks on their Local Distribution, J. Van Voorst (Londres)

  • Grand koudou (Tragelaphus strepsiceros), illustration extraite de Charles John Andersson (1856). Lake Ngami, Or, Explorations and Discoveries During Four Years' Wanderings in the Wilds of South Western Africa, Hurst and Blackett, Publishers (Londres)

  • Antilopes, illustration tirée de l'édition américaine du récit de voyage du Dr Livingstone. David Livingstone (1858). Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa; Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Residence in the Interior of Africa, and a Journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda on the West Coast; Thence Across the Continent, Down the River Zambesi, to the Easter Ocean, Harper & Brothers (New York)

  • Buse à queue barrée (Buteo albonotatus), illustration tirée de Philip Lutley Sclater (1858). On Some New or Little-Known Species of Accipitres in the Collection of the Norwich Museum, Transactions of the Zoological Society of London, 4 (6) : 261-268.

  • Loriot pourpré (Oriolus traillii), illustration extraite de la revue The Ibis (1862)

  • Ouakari chauve (Cacajao calvus) et Pithecia sp., illustration extraite de Henry Walter Bates (1863). The Naturalist on the River Amazons, a Record of Adventures, Habits of Animals, Sketches of Brazilian and Indian Life and Aspects of Nature under the Equator During Eleven Years of Travel. Tome II, John Murray (Londres)

  • D'après une peinture de Joseph Wolf, illustration extraite de John Wolley et Alfred Newton (1864). Ootheca Wolleyana: An Illustrated Catalogue of the Collection of Birds' Eggs. Vol. I, [Sold by R.H. Porter, Londres]

  • Les mammifères de Madagascar, illustration extraite de Philip Lutley Sclater (1864). The Mammals of Madagascar, The Quarterly Journal of Science, 1 (April 1864)

  • Illustration extraite de Walter Campbell (1864). My Indian Journal, Edmonston & Douglas (Édimbourg)

  • Paradoxornis de Webb (Paradoxornis webbianus), illustration extraite de la revue The Ibis (1866)

  • Variété sauvage de la chèvre (Capra aegagrus), illustration extraite de Richard Lydekker (1898). Wild Oxen, Sheep & Goats of All Lands, Living and Extinct, Rowland Ward (Londres)

  • Chèvre du Caucase occidental (Capra caucasica), illustration extraite de Richard Lydekker (1898). Wild Oxen, Sheep & Goats of All Lands, Living and Extinct, Rowland Ward (Londres)

  • D'après un dessin de Wolf, illustration extraite d'Henry Scherren (1905). The Zoological Society of London: A Sketch of Its Foundation and Development, and the Story of Its Farm, Museum, Gardens, Menagerie and Library, Cassell and company Ltd (Londres)

  • D'après un dessin de Wolf, illustration extraite d'Henry Scherren (1905). The Zoological Society of London: A Sketch of Its Foundation and Development, and the Story of Its Farm, Museum, Gardens, Menagerie and Library, Cassell and company Ltd (Londres)

Bandeau_Wolf.pngJoseph Wolf (1822-1899) est l’un des illustrateurs animaliers les plus attachants et les plus talentueux du XIXe siècle. D’origine allemande, il fait une grande partie de sa carrière à Londres où il travaille pour les plus riches revues d’histoire naturelle et les plus prestigieux naturalistes.

Pour en savoir plus, voir page 120 de l’Histoire de l’illustration naturaliste.

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