IDBURY PRINTS

An engraving is an intaglio print, made by cutting lines with a burin on a metal plate, usually of copper, or for longer editions, copper faced with steel, but also sometimes on steel. Many of the finest engravers of the twentieth century trained at Stanley William Hayter's Atelier 17, including Ferdinand Springer, Roger Vieillard, and John Buckland Wright. We hold copper engravings by Springer, Vieillard, Marianne Clouzot, Michel Jamar, and others, including a set of engravings by David Jones for The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. We also have some remarkable engravings of Paris by the great master of the steel engraving, Albert Decaris.

 
MICHEL JAMAR
Ce qui retient Nina, 1960
Engraving
 
JEAN DEVILLE
Ceste chair, 1946
Engraving
 
ALBERT DECARIS
Chantiers de la Samaritaine, 1950
Engraving
 
JACQUES RIGAUD
Chantilli du coté du Manege, c.1730
Engraving
 
PIETER DUPONT
Cheval de labour, 1905
Engraving
 
ALBERT DECARIS
Chevet de Notre-Dame, 1950
Engraving
 
CLAUDE LEPAPE
Cigarettes, 1944
Engraving
 
ROGER VIEILLARD
Cité du Lac, 1935
Engraving
 
HERVE BAILLE
Clowns at the Folies Bergère, 1945
Engraving
 
ALBERT MARQUET
Coastal landscape, 1947
Engraving
 
JEAN DEVILLE
Contez vos jours, 1946
Engraving
 
PIETER CODDE
Conversation, 1914
Engraving

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