Printmaking is a very old art form, dating, in the case of woodblock prints, to 9th-century China.
Intaglio techniques such as engravings, etchings, and aquatints, were products of the Renaissance, while lithography signaled the arrival of an industrial age.
The prints measure 8 x 11.” They mat beautifully to 11 x 14 or 12 X 16.” The prints are in near perfect condition. Have you ever seen any of these animals in your travels?
Rare hand colored engraving by Compte de Buffon 1749-1761. Buffon had great inherited wealth and wanted to depict all living species. These are copper plate engravings on fine hand made hand laid linen rag with superb water color illumination. Oliver Goldsmith Exotic Animal Life produced c.1850 in Edinburgh, Scotland. These are old hand colored engravings of a leopard, zebra and elephant. They measure 4×6 1/4.” Vintage rhino and elephant prints will finish off your TRAVEL room just right! We have old prints of ELEPHANTS, ZEBRA, and LARGE CATS! Antique prints of jungle animals from Sumatra and India…
Two young men stare out at me from a small old photograph. A variety of websites offer tips and tools, and they have the great advantage of being able to provide visual aids.
On the back, in my grandmother's handwriting, is written "Grandpa King's brothers." At least I've got some information to work with, but I'm eager to learn more: When was the picture taken? Which two of my great-grandfather's brothers are these? Type of photograph To learn more about my mystery photo, I checked examples of photos in the collections of Andrew J. Both websites detail the history of photography, including samples of various types of photography, such as daguerreotype, cabinet card and tintype.
Beautifully scrolled top and ears with a carved panelled back and silhouette armrests leading to original panelled seat.
These antique prints give us a glimpse into history, help us to understand how the sciences developed, and show how people communicated in an earlier age.
As European voyages of exploration discovered new lands beyond the boundaries of the known world, naturalists and artists collected and recorded their findings bringing brought back vast collections of plants and animals new to science.
Once home, the artist’s drawings were engraving onto copper plates and published for a public eager to see these exotic new discoveries.
At first, printmaking techniques were not employed merely to allow an artist to produce multiple copies of a single image.
Woodcuts, for example, were ways for publishers to illustrate...
These are small water colored steel plate engravings were produced in Edinburgh, Scotland by William Lizars from c.1840-1875. One BIG CAT STORY told in these old hand colored steel plate engravings. Tropical travel theme: wild African and Asian animals, old engravings and lithographs of including big cats: lions & tigers elephants & camels.