WEIROTTER, F.E. *ORIGINAL* Signed Etching *c. 1750*
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Sold Date: 07/08/2009
Channel: Online Auction
Franz Edmond Weirotter (1730-1771), Austrian. He studied with J.G. Wille in Paris, and then returned to Vienna and was appointed professor at the Vienna Academy. This gifted artist is well known for his beautiful landscapes. His work can be found in numerous European and American museums, as well as many important private collections.This beautiful, original Weirotter etching is signed in the plate by the artist and is in good condition (with light signs of aging). This piece is well inked on watermarked, laid paper and measures 5 7/8 x 7 1/2 with margins. This etching is from a suite of twelve etching "Regions and Ruins of Old Buildings" dedicated to George Prince of Starhemberg. Please view our other auctions and our eBay Store, Village Fine Art . Thank you. INQUIRIES? Please email Village Fine Art () . SHIPPING: We gladly will combine shipping charges for multiple purchases. Typically we ship within 2-3 business days of receiving cleared payment. Please note that we ship INSURED USPS Priority Mail to protect your investment, and we estimate shipping charges as close as possible to the postal and insurance rates charged by USPS. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: We truly appreciate our international customers, however we would like to note that we are limited by your country as to how much we can insure your purchase shipped via USPS Priority Mail. If you should have any questions concerning your purchase and the insurance limit, please let us know via email Village Fine Art () . RETURN POLICY: If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please notify us within 7 days of receipt. Upon our receiving the returned piece, we will refund the purchase price of the art (we do not refund shipping, insurance or any handling fees), less a 5% restocking fee. Thank You. Powered by eBay Blackthorne 3.2.183
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