File:Alfons Mucha - 1896 - La Dame aux Camélias - Sarah Bernhardt - Original Scan 2.tiff

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English: The Lady of the Camellias
Français : La Dame aux Camélias
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Medium lithographf
Dimensions 207.3 × 72.2 cm
Notes

Do not crop the border out, it's clearly part of the artistic intent: This is not an image on yellowed paper, this is a yellow image on white paper.


Applications-graphics.svg This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: Stitched together from a two-part scan, vignetting from said scan fixed as best as is possible, minor damage restored (as a mass-produced artwork, the goal is slightly more idealised form than with a one-off image), border whitened up a bit (this was apparently on glossy paper, as there was no real paper texture in the scan, just lithographic printing)..

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