Fidfinvest Fine Art AG
General-Guisan-Strasse 6
6300 Zug

Fidfinvest Fine Art AG
Fraumünsterstrasse 25
8001 Zürich



The copper engraving technique was probably applied first around 1420/1430 in the area of Southern Germany. The art historical meaning of copper engraving is based on the fast expansion of image ideas and motives in the European area due to the relatively low cost reproduction technique. The first meaningful copper engraver was Martin Schongauer. Yet like the woodcut was Albrecht Dürer, who revolutionized the art of engraving and perfection.
Vue de Zürich et des ses Environs, appeared in the Lemercier publishing house around 1840, H. Walter, Farblithographie, framed in gold 80 x 63 cm
Panorama du Lac de Zürich, published by the publishing house H.F. Leuthold Zurich around 1850, Aquatint copper engraving, drawed by Callon, framed in gold 112 x 44 cm
TIGURVM Zurych, Matthias Merian