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Vintage Photogravure art print, Goupil & Co. Victorian dressed woman at entry table with vase of flowers. I can not read the Artist, but it is signed and the left side. It is A. Ca......I don't think it is Coleman...Acquired in a large collection, it is in fantastic shape. There are no rips, stains, tears, etc...It is on the heavy engraving paper of that era. Fantastic for framing! The image size is: 12 1/2" x 7", with a 1" border with embossed edge. This is a piece of 115 year old art! Thank you, so much for taking the time to stop by my shop, and please enjoy! **Contact me for an international shipping quote.**

FYI: The earliest forms of photogravure were developed in the 1830s by the original pioneers of photography itself, Henry Fox Talbot in England and Nicéphore Niépce in France. They were seeking a means to make prints that would not fade, by creating photographic images on plates that could then be etched. The etched plates could then be printed using a traditional printing press. These early images were among the first photographs, pre-dating daguerreotypes and the later wet-collodion photographic processes. Fox Talbot worked on extending the process in the 1850s and patented it in 1852 ('photographic engraving') and 1858 ('photoglyphic engraving').[1]
Photogravure in its mature form was developed in 1878 by Czech painter Karel Klíč, who built on Talbot's research. This process, the one still in use today, is called the Talbot-Klič process.

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Vintage Photogravure Art Print, cr.1880s, Goupil & Co. Sepia tint, Woman With Table and Flowers, Victorian Dress, Paper


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