Posted 1 year ago
Update I found some info. Engraving on copper by Charles Laplante. Titled "Bridge and Castel Sant'Angelo" from the illustrated book "Rome" by Francis Wey, published in 1872. Editing by Charles Laplante; drawing by Dieudonné-Auguste Lancelot. Finally, at least, I found an image or info on this copper picture or engraving I have. Seems like so many LaPlante engravings are easy to find info on. I was wondering if that is because this copper has been wherever it's been and not readily available to produce a large quantity of this drawing after the time the engraving was made this limiting volume of this image. Is a demand present for the actual engraving. I don't find many for sale?