Award winning architect Jonathan Lacrosse was commissioned to hand draw a series of architectural renderings in graphite; the renderings can be hung alone or as part of a series. They are reminiscent of 18th and 19th century engravings, and recapture an art that is all but lost in the modern day world.
The first in our exclusive series is a charming rosette. This rosette is surrounded by a moulding motif referred to as “bead and reel”, and is drawn from The Augustan Cornice from the Temple of Concord. This cornice is currently displayed in the Tabularium at the Capotiline Museum in Rome, Italy.
The original is a one of a kind rendering. Art quality giclees were created from the original rendering in an exclusive and limited production of 100. Each giclee is individually produced through a high-resolution, high-fidelity process using a special large format art printer on thick archival art paper, and is signed and numbered by the artist. The giclees are exquistely and finely crafted, and as detailed as the original.
This item is unframed. Item for sale is a limited edition giclee. The archival art paper is 11 1/8" x 11 1/8", the image itself is 7 3/4 x 8. The paper is thick and extremely high quality.
Note: artist retains copyright to rendering. Cannot be reproduced for sale Watermark image is for internet display purposes, and does not appear on the actual rendering.
Rosette, unframed - 96% in stock