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Framed Tropical Bird I
Tropical Bird I
by Frederick P. Nodder
23" x 27" Frame
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Frederick P. Nodder was an engraver and botanic painter. He was born in artistic family. His father was a painter who exhibited some paintings on pictorial and silk subjects fashioned in human hair at the Society of Artists' exhibitions from 1773 to 1778. It appears that Nodder must have resided in Leicester Square, Panton Street. He grew up in an artistic environment and he knew that he was also destined to be an artist. Nodder developed a realistic and stylized technique of painting. This stylized technique worked well with his subjects, and he had designs published by different publishers. The artist was interested in representational style that’s well designed and realistic. He liked the coastline and land features of his home area with its streams, mountains, rocky coastline, deserts, lakes, and most of all, its rocks. The wildlife and landscape realistic style worked well in galleries and some of his paintings have been made into art prints by some art publishers. He had a certain unique look to his images when compared to other artists. He also published a work entitled the Naturalist's Miscellany or ‘Vivarium Naturæ’, with similar engravings, the text of which was edited by Shaw George. From 1789 to 1813, this work entered more than 24 volumes. The framed Frederick P. Nodder art are made of high quality and durable materials that can make them last for a lifetime. P. Nodder appears to have died about 1800, and this final publication was carried on by Elizabeth, his widow.
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