Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Classical Architectural Prints

A well framed period architectural print always looks great on your library, entry hall or for that sake any room wall. The late, great, Bill Blass was a huge fan of old prints from the classical era. A terrific source, based in Germany is Philographikon, founded in 1974 by Rainer Rauhut, Member of the German Association of Anitquarian Book and Printsellers and International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). Herr Rauhut has an amazing collection of prints on almost every subject. His website is a virtual treasure trove that can keep you online for hours. We American's may find it a bit costly but the artifacts speak for themselves.











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