French-born artist Étienne Léopold Trouvelot (1827 – 1895) arrived in the United States in 1855. His interest in astronomy began with his observations and sketches of spectacular auroras in 1870. This work drew the interest of Harvard College Observatory astronomers and he was invited to join the staff. Later he was invited to use the Naval Observatory's 26-inch Equatorial, at the time the world's largest refractor. During the course of his life he produced more than 7.000 astronomical illustrations. In 1881 Charles Scribner's & Sons agreed to publish a portfolio with 15 of his best drawings as chromolithographs (and reproduced for our Trouvelot's Astronomy Edition).
Our Isometric paper is invaluable for any kind of three dimensional design including noting and predicting the positions of extraterrestrial objects and phenomena, architecture, landscaping or sculpture. Some artists enjoy using it to draw puzzles or complex or labyrinthine 3D images with boxes and staircases. It has become particularly popular for planning 3D Printer projects. Some schools and many colleges now offer 3D printing facilities and classes. It may also be used for geometry.
Why you will love our Trouvelot's Astronomy Notebook Edition:
100 Pages Isometric Paper
Makes a great blank book for astronomer and creatives
Trendy size: 8" x 10" (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
Matt premium cover
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