Guttenberg Hans. View of the Old (Red) area. Art Print B3
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Guttenberg Hans. View of the Old (Red) area. Art Print B3

Guttenberg Hans. View of the Old (Red) area. Art Print B3

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Author G. Guttenberg (1749 -1818)
Media of Original Painting Incisor
Paper type Glossy, 300 g/m2
Museum of original From collection of the Tretyakov Gallery
Genres Graphic Works and Engravings
Epochs Art of the 18th centuries
Publication size B3 (40x50 см)
Publication type Fine Art Print
Date of Origin 1799
Paper size (custom print) 40x50 cm
Size of original, cm 48.5x72
Paper Type: Matte paper, 300 g/m2

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