Incredible astronomical drawing by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot (1827–1895).
Trouvelot was a self-taught astronomer and made these illustrations using various kinds of telescopes, including one at the Harvard College Observatory. His work set the standard for astronomical illustration up until the invention of the photographic dry-plate.
Giclée print on 200gsm Enhanced Matte Art paper with archival-quality dye inks.
Giclée printing offers extra-fine image resolution, retaining a high degree of detail from the original image. If kept in good condition, your print will last beteween 100 and 200 years.
This is a museum-quality heavyweight fine art paper with a smooth, clean finish. Extremely consistent, it emphasises different highlights and tones, helping to create a stunning work of art.
Prints are available in a range of sizes, with a white border around the edges to allow for easy framing. If you have a specific size requirement, get in touch – we're always happy to help.
Please note that the actual item colours shown may be different from the photos above due to different monitor settings, and the frame shown is for illustrative purposes only.
When posting, we'll carefully pack your prints in a mailing tube or stiff envelope to keep them safe, and we aim have them on their way to you within 2-7 days of receiving your payment.
Gorgeous Print! My friend loved it for her Christmas gift! Amazing postage service too. Thank you!!
Bought three prints and framed them. They look great.