Dear Customers. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation worldwide, we have experienced challenging shipping situations, including significant changes in pricing and, at times, delayed deliveries. For the time being we disabled our check-out. We encourage you to contact us directly if you are interested in purchasing prints. We appreciate your patience and look forward to implementing the convenience of the shopping cart as soon as possible.
Dear Customers. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation worldwide, we have experienced challenging shipping situations, including significant changes in pricing and, at times, delayed deliveries. For the time being we disabled our check-out. We encourage you to contact us directly if you are interested in purchasing prints. We appreciate your patience and look forward to implementing the convenience of the shopping cart as soon as possible.
Einkaufswagen 0
Benthamia fragifera  Here we witness one of the first attempts using a steel plate instead of a copper plate for printing fine quality botanical prints. First used in England about 1820 it soon replaced the "soft" copper material.

Benthamia fragifera

Normaler Preis $160.00 Sonderpreis $320.00

Benthamia fragifera

Here we witness one of the first attempts using a steel plate instead of a copper plate for printing fine quality botanical prints. First used in England about 1820 it soon replaced the "soft" copper material. This astonishingly fine steel aquatint shows how much diligence and artistic attention the new medium received by the artists experimenting with it. After all they were expected to show that the copper plate could indeed be replaced.

Steel aquatint in original hand coloring. Engraved after Miss Drake for the "Transactions"
of the Royal Horticultural Society of London. Ca 1820.

Very l ight fraying on left and right edges. Light crease along bottom edge.

30.2 x 24 cm ( 11.8 x 9.4 ")

 


Diesen Artikel teilen


Mehr aus dieser Sammlung