Antique Heliogravure Of A Classical Architectural Drawing, from a folio titled Fragments Antiques. Héliogravure is the oldest procedure for reproducing photographic images, invented in the early 19th century by Joseph Nicéphore Niepce, of France. It is a form of copper-plate etching.
The print is beautifully custom framed under glass in an opulent wooden moulding with gild trim.
The print is from the mid 1800's, and appears to be in perfect condition. The framing is newer, and has some minor signs of use/wear.
Frame size is 23"x18"
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