Gare de Lyon depuis le quai d'Austerlitz, Paris 13e, 2017 (n°1/30)

Albumine & Collodion

€210
Salted paper turned to gold (photograph on paper, process used from 1839 to 1855).
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  • Material : Salted paper transferred to gold on watercolor paper
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  • Color : Gray, yellow tones
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Gare de Lyon depuis le quai d'Austerlitz, Paris 13e, 2017 (n°1/30)

Albumine & Collodion

€210

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Salted paper turned to gold (photograph on paper, process used from 1839 to 1855).

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  • Type personnalisé : Soup bowl
  • Type : Pièce numérotée
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes
  • Installation : À suspendre
  • Dimensions : Image H12,8cm x L19,2cm / Passe-partout H30cm x L30cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Watercolor paper 100% cotton, neutral pH. The shift to gold optimizes the preservation of the image. The matte cream is laminated according to the international standard ISO 9706 (conservation papers with a very high degree of stability and recommended for archival documents and publications with long life). For supervision, I recommend the use of an anti-reflective glass.

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In the digital era, I want to (re) discover some printing processes from the beginning of the history of photography. Offering a wide choice of tones (cyan blue, Prussian blue, brown, sepia, purple, purple, gray, gold ...), on glass, paper or metal, these techniques are a treasure to share. The ones I cover were used between 1839 and 1940. My photographs are numbered, signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity (prints limited to 30 or 40 copies, all processes and all formats). The photographic prints are handmade in my workshop "Albumine & Collodion" in Brittany. By the processes themselves, each image is unique.

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The photographs are sent by La Poste in Colissimo, option Ad Valorem compensation (compensation in the event of loss or damage adapted to the value of the shipment, delivered against signature) with Notification of receipt option.

Craftsman

A l’heure du numérique, Julie Boudet souhaite faire (re)découvrir quelques procédés de tirage des débuts de l’histoire de la photographie. Offrant un large choix de tonalités (bleu cyan, bleu de Prusse, brun, sépia, pourpre, violet, gris, doré…), sur verre, sur papier ou sur métal, ces techniques sont un trésor à partager. Celles qu'elle aborde ont été utilisées entre 1839 et 1940. Puriste dans la préparation des chimies, du couchage des émulsions, du choix des papiers et de la préparation de mes plaques, Julie s’autorise le métissage des époques pour la prise de vue. Les tirages photographiques sont réalisés de manière artisanale dans son atelier en Bretagne. De par les procédés eux-mêmes, chaque image est unique. Ses photographies sont numérotées, signées et accompagnées d'un certificat d'authenticité (tirages limités à 30 ou 40 exemplaires, tous procédés et tous formats confondus).