Copper plate with engraving.
Size: 11x11 cm
Physionotrace technique was invented by Gilles-Louis Chretien in 1786. The artist traces the profile of the model looking through a mobile viewfinder connected with levers to a stylus that recorded all the movements in scale on a copper plate. Numerous copies could be obtained from the engraved plate.
In good condition.
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