Bayer’s Night Sky Atlas (1655)

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An extremely rare antiquarian Celestial Atlas first published in 1655. Created several years before the invention of the telescope, Bayer’s Night Sky Atlas was the first accurate recording of the constellations and he invented a new system of identifying the stars using Greek and Roman letters.

My star maps are carefully restored from the originals and printed on a heavyweight watercolor paper that has a slight fine art texture.

QUALITY:
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Our prints are high-quality Archival Giclée pigment prints on 100% cotton (tree-free) 255gsm Archival Fine Art paper.

 

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An extremely rare antiquarian Celestial Atlas first published in 1655. Created several years before the invention of the telescope, Bayer’s Night Sky Atlas was the first accurate recording of the constellations and he invented a new system of identifying the stars using Greek and Roman letters.

My star maps are carefully restored from the originals and printed on a heavyweight watercolor paper that has a slight fine art texture.

QUALITY:
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Our prints are high-quality Archival Giclée pigment prints on 100% cotton (tree-free) 255gsm Archival Fine Art paper.

 

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