Heliogravure by Armand Durand and Charles Le Blanc based on the etchings from the Duthuit Eugène collection,
Printed in heliogravure and published in Paris between 1879-1885
Catalogue Bartsch 83
Ets on lead paper with filigree 21 x 16.4 cm
Plate edge intact with wide margin.
Armand Durand (1831 - 1905) worked on behalf of the publisher and oeuvre catalogue writer of Rembrandt's engravings:
this difficult technique of heliogravure was achieved here on the basis of the vintage etching collection of the well-known Duthuit collection (Paris).
A heliogravure or photogravure is a graphic technique to add an image to the printing process. A photographic image is applied to a copper plate in a fixed, light-sensitive layer. The plate is etched and printed by inking the deepened surfaces.
The name is also used for the final product, the printing image.
Will be shipped with track & trace
- Armand Durand after Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
- Titolo dell'opera
- kruisafname bij fakkellicht
- Acquaforte, Heliogravure
- Non firmato
- Dimensioni totali
- 21×16.4×0.1 cm