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Lord Bodner

The octopus was originally printed by copperplate engraving in 1826 in London by scientist Lord Bodner as part of a series studying creatures of the deep. This hand-worked print is floated on muslin canvas and framed in a custom acrylic box.

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Lord Bodner

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The octopus was originally printed by copperplate engraving in 1826 in London by scientist Lord Bodner as part of a series studying creatures of the deep. This hand-worked print is floated on muslin canvas and framed in a custom acrylic box.

Not eligible for discount

  • 56" W, 44" H
  • Piece is floated on muslin canvas
  • Framed in a custom acrylic frame
  • All art sales are final
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