BLACK AND WHITE PRINTS
Steel Engraving fine Black and White Pictures
Artist: Antique Prints by W. Ridgway, C. Cousen, T. Brown, T.A. Prior and H. Robinson
Circa: 1850- 1895
Size: different as description
Black and White Prints of: Earl of Warwick plus Shakespeare scenes .
Comments: Fine steel and copper engraving.
OTHER BLACK AND WHITE PRINTS
Black and White Botanical Prints by Fitch Curtus 1854
Expression of the Face by Thomas A, Woolnoth 1854
Black and White Fish Prints by James De Kay 1842
Antique Zoological Prints, Animal Illustration by George Shaw 1808
Earls and Kings Portraits by G. B. Shaw 1748
Shakespeare Pictures from 1895
Tree Leaves by Thomas Kirk 1889
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This is a wonderful collection of old Antique Prints of Steel engraving many are classic works. In this collection will find that each print is truly a wonderful work of art. All of these Antique Prints are original black and white prints from around 1850 to 1895 and are all steel engravings. Steel replaced copper plates because of the cost of copper and this also allowed the engraving to be used longer because copper would not last anywhere as long as steel would. This collection of steel engravings are by different engravers and the size of plates range from 10”x 12” to as large as 12”x 14.1/2”. The condition is in Fine condition with some with a few browning spots. Engravers include W. Ridgway, H. Robinson, T. A. Prior, C. Cousen, T. Brown and many more.
Included in these black and white prints is everything from dogs to path ways. Black and White Pictures could be the finishing touch that your library or study is looking for.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Steel engraving, an engraving technique, based on steel instead of copper or wood. Steel engraving was introduced in 1792 by Jacob Perkins (1766-1849), an American Inventor, for the use of banknote printing. When Perkins moved to London in 1818, the technique in 1820 became adapted by Charles Warren and especially by Charles Heath (1785-1848) for Thomas Campbell's Pleasures of Hope with the first published plates engraved on steel. The new technique only partially replaced the other artistic techniques of that time as wood engraving and lithography. All the illustrations of the Encyclopedia Britannica of 1911 are steel engravings.