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Flowers-1 of 12 Fine Art Print
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12" x 16"
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12" x 16"
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Pierre Joseph Buchoz (Born in 1731) was born in born in Metz. He died in 1807 in Paris. He was a visual artist and a lawyer whose works have been sold at auctions. He was also a doctor and compiler of the 18th century. He was the son of Bughaut, a recipient of the Commandery of Malta and bourgeois of Metz. His father’s name was later corrected to "Buchoz" on 24 January 1758 after a judgment of the bailiwick of Metz. Joseph Buchoz studied classics at Metz, he settled in this city, as avocat2 in 1750. Later on, he abandoned this profession and went on to study medicine, with a flavor for natural history. In 1759, he was received as a doctor in Nancy after which he received his doctor of ordinary Leszczynski Stanislas, Duke nominal Lorraine and Bar and former king of Poland. Joseph Buchoz handled for a while its new state, but soon he left to engage fully in botany and medical matter. He published a History of Plants of Lorraine in 1762. It is a free small print on medicine. Joseph Buchoz published a Natural History of France, a Universal History of the vegetable kingdom - but not completed - according to the nomenclature of Linnaeus. Joseph Buchoz was also interested in the treatment of melancholia and recommended music as therapy. Associate of Botany, he was a demonstrator at the Royal College of Physicians of Nancy. And authored many books on botany, he also studied the animals, especially birds, and also minerals.
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