Hopper Early Sunday Morning Collotype Fine Art Card or Framed Miniature

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Hopper Early Sunday Morning Collotype Fine Art Card or Framed Miniature

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Edward Hopper Early Sunday Morning Collotype Fine Art Notecard or Framed Miniature  Unique old modernist image printed 45-100 years ago in the collotype printing process (see below)  by Arthur Jaffe Heliochrome Co., New York for  Whitney Museum of American Art.  Available as either a notecard with the image hand matted and mounted onto heavy fine card stock with matching envelope or as a framed miniature with wood frame. Made in USA. Collectable, limited quantities

Style   W1148

Notecard  5 x 7

Framed    6 x 8

 

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Collotype Fine Art Prints . . .  unique, old, limited and collectable

Collotype printing is a 19th century printing process that is considered the finest technique for the reproduction of fine art. Great color saturation is a striking feature of collotypes; however, because of the relatively long time it takes to produce a collotype print and the expense of the process, the craft has slipped into obscurity. 

These fine art collotype cards were produced many years ago by either Max Jaffe in Vienna or Arthur Jaffe in New York and are limited.