Pro Hart Reproductions

Reproductions by Pro Hart

  • An etching begins with a metal plate (usually copper) that has been coated with a waxy substance called a “ground”.  Pro Hart would then create his composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.  The plate is then immersed int he acid bath, which “bites” or chemically dissolves the exposed lines.  For printing, the ground is removed, ink is introduced int he the incised lines, and the plate is wiped clean.  The plate is covered with a dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching. This is the last etching of “The Old Miner" left in stock Image Size:  19.5 x 14.5cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • Aquatint is an etching process in which Pro Hart was concerned with tone rather than line.  For this technique, a plate is covered with particles of acid-resistant material such as resin and heated to make the particles stick.  The treated plate is then placed in an acid bath, which bites into the copper that is exposed between grains of resin, yielding a composition marked by texture and tone. This is the last etching of “Yabby Eater” left in stock and is numbered 10/100. Image Size:  58 x 48cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a gold and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • An etching begins with a metal plate (usually copper) that has been coated with a waxy substance called a “ground”.  Pro Hart would then create his composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.  The plate is then immersed int he acid bath, which “bites” or chemically dissolves the exposed lines.  For printing, the ground is removed, ink is introduced int he the incised lines, and the plate is wiped clean.  The plate is covered with a dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching.  To create the colour each etching is then hand painted. This is the last etching of “The Abandoned Mine” left in stock Image Size:  10 x 14cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • Aquatint is an etching process in which Pro Hart was concerned with tone rather than line.  For this technique, a plate is covered with particles of acid-resistant material such as resin and heated to make the particles stick.  The treated plate is then placed in an acid bath, which bites into the copper that is exposed between grains of resin, yielding a composition marked by texture and tone. There are only two etchings of “B.I.C Man” left in stock Image Size:  14 x 10cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • Aquatint is an etching process in which Pro Hart was concerned with tone rather than line.  For this technique, a plate is covered with particles of acid-resistant material such as resin and heated to make the particles stick.  The treated plate is then placed in an acid bath, which bites into the copper that is exposed between grains of resin, yielding a composition marked by texture and tone. Sugar lift aquatint allows you to paint directly on a plate and have that image occur in the final print. The drawing is done with sugar syrup. Then several technical steps are performed in order to lift the sugar from the plate and substitute an aquatint before biting. This is the last etching of "Dragonfly & Ants" left in stock.  It is numbered 100/100. Image Size:  15 x 9.5cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • Aquatint is an etching process in which Pro Hart was concerned with tone rather than line.  For this technique, a plate is covered with particles of acid-resistant material such as resin and heated to make the particles stick.  The treated plate is then placed in an acid bath, which bites into the copper that is exposed between grains of resin, yielding a composition marked by texture and tone. This is the last etching of "Two Faces of a Miner" left in stock. Image Size:  9.5 x 14.5cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • An etching begins with a metal plate (usually copper) that has been coated with a waxy substance called a “ground”.  Pro Hart would then create his composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.  The plate is then immersed int he acid bath, which “bites” or chemically dissolves the exposed lines.  For printing, the ground is removed, ink is introduced int he the incised lines, and the plate is wiped clean.  The plate is covered with a dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching.  To create the colour each etching is then hand painted. This is the last etching of “Wilcannia” left in stock Image Size:  10 x 18cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • Aquatint is an etching process in which Pro Hart was concerned with tone rather than line.  For this technique, a plate is covered with particles of acid-resistant material such as resin and heated to make the particles stick.  The treated plate is then placed in an acid bath, which bites into the copper that is exposed between grains of resin, yielding a composition marked by texture and tone. Image Size:  9.5 x 14.5cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • Aquatint is an etching process in which Pro Hart was concerned with tone rather than line.  For this technique, a plate is covered with particles of acid-resistant material such as resin and heated to make the particles stick.  The treated plate is then placed in an acid bath, which bites into the copper that is exposed between grains of resin, yielding a composition marked by texture and tone. There are only two of “The Mask” left in stock Image Size:  9.5 x 14.5cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • An etching begins with a metal plate (usually copper) that has been coated with a waxy substance called a “ground”.  Pro Hart would then create his composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.  The plate is then immersed int he acid bath, which “bites” or chemically dissolves the exposed lines.  For printing, the ground is removed, ink is introduced int he the incised lines, and the plate is wiped clean.  The plate is covered with a dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching.  To create the colour each etching is then hand painted. There are only two of “The Card Players” left in stock Image Size:  14.5 x 19cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • An etching begins with a metal plate (usually copper) that has been coated with a waxy substance called a “ground”.  Pro Hart would then create his composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.  The plate is then immersed int he acid bath, which “bites” or chemically dissolves the exposed lines.  For printing, the ground is removed, ink is introduced int he the incised lines, and the plate is wiped clean.  The plate is covered with a dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching.  To create the colour each etching is then hand painted. There are only two “School Holidays Broken Hill” left in stock Image Size:  14.5 x 19cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334
  • An etching begins with a metal plate (usually copper) that has been coated with a waxy substance called a “ground”.  Pro Hart would then create his composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.  The plate is then immersed int he acid bath, which “bites” or chemically dissolves the exposed lines.  For printing, the ground is removed, ink is introduced int he the incised lines, and the plate is wiped clean.  The plate is covered with a dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching.  To create the colour each etching is then hand painted. This is the last "Monday Morning Miner" left in stock Image Size:  10 x 10cm Edition Size:  100 & personally signed by Pro Hart Finish:  Beautifully framed in a silver and white frame FREE SHIPPING TO QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC – All other locations please make an inquiry for our discounted shipping costs. For more information please make an inquiry or phone 0411 154 334