Saint Philip Kills the Dragon of the Temple of Hierapolis (Filippino Lippi)
Original helio-engraving on vellum paper after Filippino Lippi. Anonymous. 1910
The Galerie Napoléon is pleased to propose to you this heliogravure printed 112 years ago (in 1910).
As for all the artworks of our collections, this heliogravure Saint Philip Kills the Dragon of the Temple of Hierapolis (Filippino Lippi) dating from 1910 is dispatched worldwide within 24H in a secured packaging, accompanied by its certificate of authenticity guaranteeing the name of the artists draughtsman, engraver, lithographer), the impression process used (Heliogravure) and its date (1910).
In order to guarantee a perfect conservation in time, this heliogravure is dispatched, ready to be framed, under color passepartout (manufactured without acid in the pulp for a neutral pH) on a cream mountboard made from carton bois (also acid free & neutral pH).
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