Adolphe Millot (1857 – 1921) was a French painter, lithographer, and entomologist.
Adolphe illustrated many of the natural history sections of the influential Petit Larousse used in many schools all over Europe. He was the senior illustrator at Muséum national d’histoire naturelle and a member of the Salon des Artistes Francaise (honourable mention, 1891) and the Société entomologique de France.
All our vintage prints are Giclée images produced in-house using the best Japanese pigment-based Archival inks exclusively printed to order on Museum quality fine art papers such as Epson Signature Worthy, Canson Infinity, Ilford Galerie Prestige and Hahnemühle. Before shipping, they are protected using acid-free packaging.
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