Locked-glass "Tiger at Stop 1854" by delacroix, 1921 draw. Unique glass cliché made by delacroix in 1854, at the tip with buffering.
July 1921 edition, 10 July 1921, first print, on photosensitive paper. Artist's signature in the board, in the lower left corner. 160mm x 200mm (subject) //. Condition: missing at the lower right margin. The rest of the board is in good condition.
Is a French painter born on 26 April 1798 in Charenton-saint-maurice and died on 13 August 1863 in Paris. In the French painting of the 19th century, he is considered the main representative of romanticism, whose vigor corresponds to the extent of his career. Is a photographic process combining drawing, engraving and photography: it is a method of engraving, painting or drawing in negative on a transparent surface, such as glass or film, and obtaining in positive the resulting image on a photosensitive paper by means of contact printing. The item "Cliché-glass tiger at the stop 1854 by delacroix, draw 1921" has been on sale since Wednesday 9 September 2020. It is in the category "art, antiques\art of xixe and before prints, engravings, lithos".
The seller is "galeriesartonicerveau" and is located at/in betting. This item can be shipped to the following countries: america, europe, asia, australia.