This is an original 1833 black and white copper engraving of the arabesques at the Baths of Titus in Rome, Italy. The Baths of Titus, (or Thermae Titi), were constructed in 81 CE by Emperor Titus.
This 180+ year old Item is rated Very Fine ++. Light foxing and aging. Light creasing. Some light surface rub. Small chip - left margin.
Period Paper is pleased to offer one of the most extraordinary collections of original, large format, museum-quality copper engravings depicting the history of costumes from around the world. In addition to the ancient and medieval costumes, these engravings include historical scenes of daily life, architectural drawings, transportation, and more. This group of copper engravings took 10 years to produce. Each engraving is exquisitely detailed and includes the original copperplate impression. These engravings are from the first and only edition of these works. Also within this group are some spectacular watercolor engravings that were done by hand.
The scarcity of the collection, the condition of the collection, the elephant folio size, the detail of the copper engravings, and the subject matter make this one of the most impressive collections we've procured. These would look stunning framed and would make for exceptional, one-of-a-kind gifts.
Reproductive art by G. Buttazzon.
1790's Hand-Colored Copper-Engraved James Sowerby Botanicals,
1880's Original Chromolithographs of World Cultures,
Ancient Egypt — A History Include Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia and Assyria (1903/1904),
Antique & Vintage Art,
Costumes & Cultures of the World
Museum-Grade Copper Engravings (1830's) — Rare Elephant Folio Size, Limited Edition & Rarities, Mini Posters, New York City at The Turn of the 20th Cenutry (1893-1903) — Views of the City, Buildings, Historic Markers, Picturesque Europe — Extraordinary Original Steel Engravings Plus Wood Engravings (1876-1879)