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Pair of Framed and Matted Palm Tree Lithographs
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Pair of scholastic style dome shaped lithographs depicting Palm Tree species in their natural Habitat, matted and presented in carved wood gold leaf frames.
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20th Century English British Colonial Prints

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Gold Leaf

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Pair of 18th Century Copper Engravings, Monceau, Custom Framed
By Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A delightful pair of antique prints from Traite des Arbres Fruitier by Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau who was known for his high quality and realistic depictions of fruits. We have a...
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Antique Late 18th Century French Prints

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Gold Leaf

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Set of Six 18th Century Equestrian Engravings of Dressage, after Diepenbeeck
Located in Madrid, ES
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Bengt Böckman Signed and Framed Color Lithograph, "Gallop"
Located in New York, NY
Bengt Böckman (1937-2014) color lithograph, "Gallop," Signed and framed showing horse race. We have another in same series. Great for kids room or library.
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Collection of 3 Framed 18th Century Bernard Direx Geometric Renderings
By Bernard Direx Renderings
Located in Atlanta, GA
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Late 18th Century Neoclassical French Fashion Engraving Print, François Boucher
By François Boucher
Located in Miami, FL
A fine crisp impression of great rarity; it is particularly unusual to find a 18th century color engraving print of this quality and condition in today’s print market. Rare engravin...
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Pair of Marino Marini Portrait Lithographs
By Marino Marini
Located in Atlanta, GA
Pair of portrait lithographs by Marino Marini, from the Marino Marini portfolio, printed by Carl Schünemann, Germany, circa 1968. They have been framed in clean lined black lacquer g...
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Pair French 18th Century Hand Colored Engravings of Pipe Smokers
By Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur
Located in Stamford, CT
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Antique French 18th C. Francois Martinet Colored Tropical Bird Engravings Framed
By François Nicolas Martinet
Located in Dayton, OH
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18th Century Color Engraving Print by Pieter F.H. Bruegel, Au Monillage
Located in Miami, FL
Original 18th century color engraving print by renowned artist Pe. F.H. Bruegel. A fine crisp impression of great rarity; it is particularly unusual to find color engravings of this...
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18th Century Color Engraving Print by Pieter F.H. Bruegel, La Peche
Located in Miami, FL
Original 18th century color engraving print by renowned artist Pe. F.H. Bruegel. A fine crisp impression of great rarity; it is particularly unusual to find color engravings of this...
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Pair Japanese Woodblock, Matted, Custom Ebony Frames
Located in Stamford, CT
A pair of Japanese Woodblocks each in a fine custom matted frame with fine ebony and gilt decorations. Each signed and dated on the reverse. Listed below. -A courtyard lady in a com...
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Set of Four Framed Dutch Hand Colored Copper Engravings, Houses of The Hague
Located in Morristown, NJ
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"Tree I". 1992 Lithograph by Joan Mitchell
By Joan Mitchell 1
Located in Stamford, CT
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Located in Pembroke, MA
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Located in Atlanta, GA
Group of 19th Century Botanical Palm Species Lithographs, circa 19th Century. Professionally matted and framed in gilt wood frames. The framed size is 32.25"H x 25"W, the sight size ...
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Nine Lemercier & Cie Plates, Framed and Matted Christies NYC
Located in Stamford, CT
A set of nine lemercier and cie plates each in a gilt frame, matted. Previous sold as a set of twelve in Christies NYC. See below. Provenance Christies NYC Sale 1495 April 05, 200...
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Late 18th Century Neoclassical French Fashion Engraving Print, François Boucher
By François Boucher
Located in Miami, FL
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Finding the Right Prints for You

Prints are works of art produced in multiple editions. Though several copies of a specific artwork can exist, collectors consider antique and vintage prints originals when they have been manually created by the artist or are “impressions” that are part of the artist’s intent for the work.

Modern artists use a range of printmaking techniques to produce different types of prints such as relief, intaglio and planographic. Relief prints are created by cutting away a printing surface to leave only a design. Ink or paint is applied to the raised parts of the surface, and it is used to stamp or press the design onto paper or another surface. Relief prints include woodcuts, linocuts and engravings.

Intaglio prints are the opposite of relief prints in that they are incised into the printing surface. The artist cuts the design into a block, plate or other material and then coats it with ink before wiping off the surface and transferring the design to paper through tremendous pressure. Intaglio prints have plate marks showing the impression of the original block or plate as it was pressed onto the paper.

Artists create planographic prints by drawing a design on a stone or metal plate using a grease crayon. The plate is washed with water, then ink is spread over the plate and it adheres to the grease markings. The image is then stamped on paper to make prints.

All of these printmaking methods have an intricate process, although each can usually transfer only one color of ink. Artists use separate plates or blocks for multiple colors, and together these create one finished work of art.

Find prints ranging from the 18th- and 19th-century bird illustrations by J.C. Sepp to mid-century modern prints, as well as numerous other antique and vintage prints at 1stDibs. Browse the collection today and read about how to arrange wall art in your space.

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