Zermatt and Matterhorn, Switzerland, historic wood engraving, 1897 – Print on wood panel – The printing of your desired image on multiplex requires a special treatment of the wood surface. In this way, we ensure that the print result is of a very high quality. Translucent wood and associated unwanted artefacts are now a thing of the past. We do not have the print you have chosen in stock and it will be made especially for you. The delivery date is therefore a little longer than usual.
Order process print picture:
There are different sizes to choose from in the pictures . The price of each format is visible as soon as you make a selection. You can change the selection at any time. Then you add the picture to the shopping cart. If you want to order more products, do the same.
Now that all selected products have been added to the shopping cart, go to the shopping cart and see an overview of the products there. You can make further changes in the shopping cart itself. You can change the ordered quantity, delete products or return to the shop and order more products.
If you are happy with your selection, go to the checkout and enter your data or billing address and, if different, your delivery address. You also have to click whether you are ordering as a private person or are a company. Based on this data, the VAT, the delivery costs, the shopping cart discount and the total costs are calculated. If several couriers offer the couriers, you make the desired selection. The delivery days specified there refer to the days from handover of the goods.
Bank transfer, credit card payment and Paypal are available for payment. Make your selection. Finally, by clicking on the field, you confirm that you have read the terms and conditions and agree to them.
Then you click on the button ” Order with costs” and the order will be triggered.
Reproduction technique: digital UV printing
Printing medium: Print on 18 mm thick poplar multilayer wood
Photo credits : H.Tschanz-Hofmann via www.imago-images.de – Imago Images – Imago Images; Motive: Zermatt Matterhorn wood engraving 1897. The following changes were made to the image: change of color climate, frame added and cropped on the outside, converted to black and white