Ferdinand Kobell

Etudes d'Après Nature

Code :  ARAROT0114783

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Ferdinand Kobell

Etudes d'Après Nature

Code :  ARAROT0114783

250.00
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Etudes d'Après Nature

Artist:  Ferdinand Kobell (1740-1799)

Work title:  Etudes d'après nature

Time:  XVIII Century - 1700

Subject:  Human Figures

Artistic technique:  Stampa

Technical specification:  Etching (etching in the cable)

Description:
Group of twelve etchings, presented in a hardcover notebook. From the catalog raisonné of Kobell's works, published in 1822 by the Baron of Stengel, it is also possible to recover the titles of the individual engravings, which depict figures from popular life. The first also has the title: "Etudes d'après nature, dessinées et gravées par Ferdinand Kobell, ..." (Live studies, drawn and printed by Ferdinand Kobell), with the Parisian places of sale listed below. Below are the titles of the other figures, in the order of presentation of our collection: Return from the market, The beggars, The messengers, The stonecutter (sculpture seller), The brush seller, The vegetable seller, The hat seller, The second-hand dealer (seller of prints), The farmer at the market (sleeping), The seller of used clothes, The blind man.

Product Condition:
Product in good condition, with small signs of wear.

work dimensions (cm):
Height: 27,5
Width: 20
Depth: 1

Additional Information

Stampa:
La stampa è un processo per la produzione di testi e immagini, tipicamente mediante l'impiego dell'inchiostro su carta e di una pressa da stampa. Spesso viene svolto come processo industriale su larga scala ed è una parte essenziale dell'editoria.

Etching (etching in the cable):
Etching (in Latin as aqua fortis) was once used to describe the nitric acid, also called stain. Today it refers to a type of printing and the way to produce it. The etching technique was known since ancient times and was used for engraving decorations on weapons. Some of the first to use it for fine art prints have been Albrecht Dürer in Germany and Parmigianino in Italy.

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