Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration was a journal published by Alexander Koch in Darmstadt and devoted to Secession and art nouveau art, architecture and design. This cover design by Alfred Roller promoted the 14th Vienna Secession exhibition in 1902.
16″ x 20″ printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag fine art paper.
HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?
Many poster manufacturers use public domain ‘high- resolution’ images from the web. Often these images are poor scans or photos of the original without consideration for colour matching. In many cases, the images are not high resolution but resampled in imaging software to create a large pixel image. The result is a poor reproduction lacking important colour and detail.
We scan from the original.
Our prints are created from the ORIGINAL SOURCE and professionally scanned at 600 dpi so the image can be enlarged without loss of detail. The scan is then colour corrected in order to perfectly match the vibrancy of the original. Any tears, creases, stains from the original scans have been painstakingly removed, whilst still maintaining that vintage look.
OUR PAPER AND PRINTING
We use only the finest production methods to assure the quality of the giclee prints produced. The artwork is printed by using pigment based inks. Giving our prints bright and wonderful colour production and exceptional and beautiful finished products.
Our Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper is the finest paper available for poster printing. Located in the Relliehausen district of Dassel, Germany, Hahnemühle is the world’s leading producer of coated papers for giclee printing of fine art prints and is commonly used for museums.
PACKAGING AND SHIPPING
All posters will be shipped in a MAILING TUBE , so they will arrive in perfect condition, and ready to frame!!
The art print is sold unframed and carefully packed and shipped in a cardboard tube to avoid damage during shipping. Worldwide shipping.