Vive la France. This elegant and very detailed etching of Paris is by American artist Roger Coast, from his cityscape series, circa 1985. Mated on dark fabric and framed handsomely in metal.
An excerpt from the back tells about the process: "Coast's drawings appear as acid-etched zinc engravings. The zinc has a protective coating that is eradicated as the drawing is burned into it. This leaves the drawing raised and the background eaten away by nitric acid. Each is produced individually..."
10.5" W x 8.5" H x 1" D
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