Jacob Christoph Le Blon, or Jakob Christoffel Le Blon, (2 May 1667 – 16 May 1741) was a painter and engraver from Frankfurt who invented the system of three- and four-colour printing, using an RYBK color model similar to the modern CMYK system.[2] He used the mezzotint method to engrave three or four metal plates (one each per printing ink) to make prints with a wide range of colours. His methods helped form the foundation for modern colour printing.

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  • Jakob Christoph Le Blon (* 23. Mai 1667 in Frankfurt am Main; † 15. Mai 1741 in Paris) war ein Maler und Kupferstecher, der den Drei- und Vierfarbdruck erfand. Le Blons Vater Christoph Le Blon der Ältere (* 1639; nach 1706) war Buchhändler und Kupferstecher. Seine Großmutter war Susanne Barbara Merian (1619–1645) (Witwe der Kaufmanns Caspar Im Bruch). Sie stammte aus der Kupferstecherfamilie Merian.
  • Jacob Christoph Le Blon (ou en allemand Jakob Christof Le Blon), né le 23 mai 1667 dans la Ville libre de Francfort (Freie Reichsstadt Frankfurt, Saint-Empire) et mort le 15 mai 1741 à Paris, est un peintre et graveur. Il a inventé le premier procédé d'impression en trois couleurs (trichromie) à partir de plaques de cuivre traitées en manière noire.
  • Jacob Christoph Le Blon, or Jakob Christoffel Le Blon, (2 May 1667 – 16 May 1741) was a painter and engraver from Frankfurt who invented the system of three- and four-colour printing, using an RYBK color model similar to the modern CMYK system.[2] He used the mezzotint method to engrave three or four metal plates (one each per printing ink) to make prints with a wide range of colours. His methods helped form the foundation for modern colour printing.
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  • Jakob Christoph Le Blon (* 23. Mai 1667 in Frankfurt am Main; † 15. Mai 1741 in Paris) war ein Maler und Kupferstecher, der den Drei- und Vierfarbdruck erfand. Le Blons Vater Christoph Le Blon der Ältere (* 1639; nach 1706) war Buchhändler und Kupferstecher. Seine Großmutter war Susanne Barbara Merian (1619–1645) (Witwe der Kaufmanns Caspar Im Bruch). Sie stammte aus der Kupferstecherfamilie Merian.
  • Jacob Christoph Le Blon (ou en allemand Jakob Christof Le Blon), né le 23 mai 1667 dans la Ville libre de Francfort (Freie Reichsstadt Frankfurt, Saint-Empire) et mort le 15 mai 1741 à Paris, est un peintre et graveur. Il a inventé le premier procédé d'impression en trois couleurs (trichromie) à partir de plaques de cuivre traitées en manière noire.
  • Jacob Christoph Le Blon, or Jakob Christoffel Le Blon, (2 May 1667 – 16 May 1741) was a painter and engraver from Frankfurt who invented the system of three- and four-colour printing, using an RYBK color model similar to the modern CMYK system.[2] He used the mezzotint method to engrave three or four metal plates (one each per printing ink) to make prints with a wide range of colours. His methods helped form the foundation for modern colour printing.
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