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“And his daughter has enhanced the book with handsome hand-colored linoleum-block prints framed by decorative borders, some reminiscent of the Ghanaian cloth known as kente.”
“The fireplace mantles in the master bedroom and great room are made from "cultured" stone that's hand-colored to resemble the real thing, saving over $150,000.”
“Fireplace mantles were made from stone hand-colored to resemble limestone, like the one in the master bedroom, shown here.”
“Using reproductions from a rare hand-colored original belonging to the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, Taschen brings us yet another luscious and affordable coffee table book, Albertus Seba: Cabinet of Natural Curiosities.”
“These beautiful hand-colored postcards depict the costumes and color of the famous Casino de Paris.”
“He became very involved with the book, even designing the cover, insisting on a gold-stamped cover with a red and green title page and several hand-colored etchings -- an expensive design.”
“The volumes boast 220 hand-colored, copper-plate engraved illustrations of flora and fauna on the right-hand pages, with descriptions in English and French in parallel columns on the facing pages - Times and Democrat”
“He not only surveyed Manhattan and made exquisite hand-colored maps—10 of which form the spine of the exhibition—but also risked getting his ankles chewed by unwilling farmers, or at least their pets.”
“Kiki Smith tackled Dodgson's story as well in a series of early-2000s hand-colored intaglio prints, one of which shows an ashen Alice leading a pack of animals through the pool of tears.”
“Installed chronologically and thematically, the print show includes unique hand-colored monoprints, progressive prints and variant impressions.”
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