Historical Engraving - Prague
Our bestselling replicas of historical engravings are the perfect way to add an antique flair to your home décor. Each engraving is printed on handmade paper to reproduce its age-old aesthetic and stored in a cardboard tube for safekeeping. Choose from a wide variety of our designs!
This reproduction of a hand-coloured woodcut is based on the earliest view of Prague, engraved in 1493. The engraving was created for illustrated encyclopaedia of world historical accounts (Nurenberg Chronicle) written by German humanist Hartmann Schedel (1440–1514). The designs for engravings were created by Michael Wolgemut (1434–1590). The group of artist assisting Wolgemut in creating the chronicle’s illustrations included his student, young Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528). The Chronicle was published by famous Nurenberg printer (and Dürer’s godfather) Anton Koberger (cca 1440–1513).
- paper sheet: approx 77,5 x 56,5 cm / 30.5 x 22.2 in
- printed part: approx 63 x 24 cm / 24.8 x 9.4 in
- Material: print on a hand-made paper sheet
- Origin: hand-printed in the Czech Republic
- Packaging: cardboard tube
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Purchasing this product will help support The Lobkowicz Collection o.p.s – a non-profit entity based in the Czech republic which manages the Lobkowicz Collections, one of Europe’s oldest, finest, and most intact family collections dating back over 1,000 years. To learn more about The Lobkowicz Collections, click on the Learn More button below. If you wish to further support out organization, we greatly appreciate any donations made.
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