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Jardin Fruitier

Louis-Claude Noisette (1772 – 1849) was considered to be an outstanding aquatinter of the period, particularly in the field of pomology. He was appointed gardener of Val-de-Grâce where he was superintendent of the botanical garden until 1798. By 1806 he had established his own botanical garden, which he had enriched with a wide variety of remarkable plants; he soon became known as one of the leading gardening authorities in Europe. He published widely, and introduced many new plant species into the Americas and India. He was appointed to the French Legion of Honor in 1840. 

These antique prints are taken from Le Jardin Fruitier, a definitive source of the time on the cultivation and training of fruit trees. The three-volume work consisted of ninety delicately hand-colored engravings documenting the history, description, cultivation, and uses of fruit trees, including some of the gardening tools. 
 
 
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