Oxford Brasenose College

Method Etching and aquatint printed in colours
Artist Luigi Kasimir
Published c.1920
Dimensions Image 465 x 398 mm, Plate 515 x 410 mm, Sheet 624 x 485 mm
Notes Titled and Signed in pencil by the artist.
An atmospheric view of Brasenose college quad, looking towards the main gate tower and the Radcliffe Camera beyond.

Luigi Kasimir (1881-1962) was an etcher, painter, and landscape artist. Kasimir was born in 1881 in Pettau, he followed in the footspets of his grandfather, a painter and a poet, and his father an officer in the Habsburg army, who later became a professional painter. Kasimir studied under William Unger at the Vienna Academy of Art, it was here he developed his techniques in coloured etching
Kasimir was one of the forerunners in coloured etching, he would draw out the subject in pastel which he then transferred onto as many as six printing plates, printing each, different coloured, hand inked plate one after the other.

Condition: Toning from previous mount.
Framing unmounted
Price £600.00
Stock ID 48763

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