From an original copperplate first published in 1842 in Firenze, Italy. Soft, delicate shading and beautiful renderings printed in a warm monochrome on archival fine art paper. Created by esteemed geographer and cartographer Francesco Costantino Marmocchi (1805 – 1858). Taken from Marmocchi’s “Atlas of universal geography” and originally engraved in copper and hand-painted in color.
Who this is for: Moon gazers, Archivists, Dreamers, Book Collectors, Astronomy telescopers, Astronauts, Cancers, Decorators of Neutrals, Renaissance Men, and Italian Romeos.
Our prints are high-quality Archival Giclée pigment prints on 100% cotton (tree-free) 255gsm Archival Fine Art paper.