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1.Lemon honey sucker, Ptilotis flava. 2.Blue lumbar honey sucker, Ptilotis penicillata. 3.Olive-throated honey sucker, Ptilotis fusca. 4. Helmet honey sucker, Ptilotis cassidix (lat.). G. J. Broinowski. The Birds of Australia. Vol. IV, fol. XVIII. Melbourne, 1890
Original publication year: 1890
Original technique: chromolithography
Dimensions (WxH, cm): Image: 22x33.5
By: Breinowski, Gracius Joseph
We make the best reproductions (copies): very detailed, with excellent color reproduction, with maximum similarity to the original, pleasant to the touch and resistant to fading.
To do this, we first scan all original works ourselves on high-precision equipment (rather than take ready-made files from photo banks), and then reproduce them in the giclee technique on thick paper of the highest quality.
Giclee (fr. Giclée - "to spray") is the most perfect method of digital printing of artistic images at the moment: millions of ink drops are sprayed on the surface of the paper, which makes the print as close as possible in quality and uniformity of tone transitions to the original image and allows you to transfer up to 16 million colors shades.
The high-density pigment ink used is resistant to external influences, and their lightfastness exceeds 110 years.
As a base, we use only thick professional acid-free cotton textured paper with a sensitive velvety matte finish for a better ink perception, specially designed for art reproductions.
All reproductions are printed on order in a limited edition, production time is 1-3 days.