Etched design, before trimming and application to the wooden frame.
A good impression on laid Van Gelder. One of three known proofs, before the plate was steel faced and about ten impressions were made into frames.
As with ‘Phaeton Pattern Frame’ (H. 166) the frame was exhibited, for the first time, at the end of 1908. Both were used for several subjects. Roussel designed six frames in all, two for colour prints and four in monochrome.
|Plate Size approx||28.5 x 58.5 cm|
|Size of frame when made up||49.8 x 38.1 cm|
|Reference||Hausberg 165, xi/xi|