Dimensions include 0.5" between frames.
Finely detailed architectural drawings with raised matte. Torn edges and raised image with gold gild detail and antiqued silver moulding. Eight in the series.
Gilding refers to the fine art of hand applying paper thin sheets of metal (gold, silver, copper or composites) to a surface with a liquid glue called size.
Any one of numerous applications done by hand such as the application of gel, gild or paint.
Varying layers of board are laid underneath the matte to create depth within the frame space.
Usually combined with a raised image, the edge is hand torn to create the look of hand made paper.
The image is laid on ¼” foam core to create depth.
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