1926 Vintage New York City American Radiator Building Art Deco Photo E. O. Hoppe

1926 Vintage New York City American Radiator Building Art Deco Photo E. O. Hoppe

1926 Vintage New York City American Radiator Building Art Deco Photo E. O. Hoppe

1926 NEW YORK CITY American Radiator Night. Since 1989 - The Name You Can Trust For Fine Vintage Photogravures, Photographs & Antique Prints. Serving the Design & Decor trades for over 20 years. See our vintage and original prints featured in. And other fine quality publications.

WE LIST DOZENS OF NEW ARRIVALS EVERY DAY! Where you can search our World Class Selection of authentic vintage prints by photographer or subject. Browse THOUSANDS of fine vintage photography prints from silver gelatin to photogravure. This Vintage 1920s Photogravure Comes Professionally Dry Mounted On 11 x 14 Inch Black Archival Presentation Mat Board And Is Ready To Place In A Standard Size Frame. Hoppe (German born, 1878 - 1972) - Internationally renowned English photographer.

Arguably the most famous photographer in the world during the early 20th century. American Radiator Building At Night Subject: American Radiator Building - Art Deco Architecture Date Of Negative: 1926 Type Of Print: Vintage Sheet Fed Photogravure/Heliogravure. Date Of Print: 1927 Paper: Medium weight, satin finish.

Print Origin: Germany Print/Plate Maker: Art Institutes Of Rotophot A. Berlin, Germany Approximate Image Size: 8.5 x 6.25 inches. Mount Board Size: 14 x 11 inches.

Print Border: No - full bleed print. Verso: Professionally dry mounted with archival materials onto 4ply museum mat board.

Registered Vintage Print Serial #. This is an authentic (NOT a modern reprint) vintage 1927 photogravure by the internationally renown German born English photographer E. Born in Germany in 1878, Hoppe resided in London, England for most of his life and was arguably the most famous photographer in the world during the early twentieth century (he specialized in celebrity portraits early in his career). He created a masterful body of work covering a wide range of subject matter from modernist industrial scenes and landscapes to Art Deco style nudes. This photogravure is guaranteed to be authentic and comes with a hand signed CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (COA) with unique individual registered serial number from the Finephoto Vintage Archive & Database.

Under magnification this plate shows a tight "honeycomb" cell structure, uniform pressing of ink and a wide range of tone - all indicative of a quality sheet fed gravure print. The watermark word "Finephoto" does not appear on the actual print. READY FOR FRAMING & DISPLAY!

- The expensive engraved copper plate photogravure process and the resulting fine prints make vintage photogravures highly collectible and excellent vintage prints for framing. Your vintage print will arrive ready to be placed directly into a standard size frame. Each vintage artwork comes with a fully authenticated gallery certified Certificate Of Authenticity.

This COA contains a unique serial number and small corresponding tamper proof hologram with matching serial number affixed to the backside of the print with archival adhesive. Our exclusive authentication system and the ensuing COA/Hologram not only provides our clients with essential peace of mind but, adds value to the print in the future by providing provenance and the original gallery authenticity guarantee documents. ABOUT PHOTOGRAVURE: Photogravure is an intaglio printmaking process utilizing a carefully etched copper plate made from the original negative/image. Prints are made by pressing suitable paper heavily down upon the inked copper plate which has been intricately etched to varying depths corresponding with the actual tonality of the original negative, This precisely etched plate combined with a fine "honeycomb" screen controls the amount of ink to be transferred to the paper at any given point in direct proportion to the variation of tone in the original image. The result is a true continuous tone print which combines many qualities of a traditional silver based photograph with a tactile feel similar to an etching, engraving or lithograph.

Rich in tonal detail, the photogravure process produces delicately rendered shades for a look which is unique in the world of photographic print making. In the early to mid 1900's photogravure was selected (when budgets allowed) for special high quality publishing and portfolio projects, but due to its significant expense and labor, the process is rarely seen today. From Man Ray and Ruth Bernhard to Brett Weston and Ansel Adams, many of the world's most renowned photographic masters have published their images in the rich photogravure process.

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1926 Vintage New York City American Radiator Building Art Deco Photo E. O. Hoppe