Sindelfingen, Kurze Gasse
printed on vat paper
Item number: Item number: KVCF-7032-03
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The etchings are not canvas pictures or reproductions. They are exclusively hand-crafted in Germany by the Kunstverlag Christoph Falk.
The (color) representation of the etching shown and the proportions of the image to the frame can not always be faithfully reproduced for technical reasons. The print color of monochrome etchings is brown / black.
Etching is one of the oldest graphical techniques. The word comes from the Latin radere, which means scratching, scraping, removing, etc. Daniel Hopfer (1470 - 1536), an Augsburg military arms etcher, is regarded as the inventor, who introduced the art of etching in the weapons foundry to the service of graphical art.
Kunstverlag Christoph Falk
Kunstverlag Christoph Falk (art publisher) was founded in 1985 in Berlin (Germany). The Publisher has 4300 copper plates. These are printed monochrome by hand and colored by hand if desired.