Monday, April 21, 2014

Eye Candy for Today: etching after Burne-Jones

The Cumaean Sibyl
The Cumaean Sibyl, etching and drypoint by Charles-Albert Waltner from a drawing by Edward Burne-Jones.

An example of an etching designed by one artist and executed by another, as was common practice in the 19th century.

Original is in the Metropolitan Museum of art. Image size is roughly 17×7 inches (44x17cm).

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