Auguste Delâtre was a French etcher and painter. This etching advertises his artistic printing trade and depicts windmills amongst trees on a hillside with a city in the background. Delâtre bought a press from his teachers, Charles Jacque and Louis Marvy in 1848 and set up his own workshop as an artist's printer.
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