Saint-Pierre #1, cimetière de bateaux, 2007 - n°3/30

Albumine & Collodion

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€240
Positive image on glass plate on a golden background which gives a very particular tone to the image. Mat black velvet black heart (co ...
  • Material : Glass, photographic emulsion, golden pigments
  • Color : Black and white photography on golden background (change of shade depending on lighting)
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Saint-Pierre #1, cimetière de bateaux, 2007 - n°3/30

Albumine & Collodion

€240

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

Positive image on glass plate on a golden background which gives a very particular tone to the image. Mat black velvety black passe-partout (laminated acid-free, 100% purified cellulose, protected from moisture and rot-proof thanks to an alkaline reserve pH 7.7) Ready to frame (frame H30cm x L30cm).

  • Type personnalisé : Red leather case for card game
  • Type : Pièce numérotée
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Dimensions : Image 13x18cm / mat 30x30cm
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Orotone is an inseparable process of the work of Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), known for his colossal work on American Indians. Period of exploitation: late 19th - 1940.

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 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.

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.

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In the digital age, Julie Boudet wishes 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. Those she approaches were used between 1839 and 1940. Purist in the preparation of the chemistries, the coating of the emulsions, the choice of the papers and the preparation of my plates, Julie authorizes the mixing of the eras for the shooting . The photographic prints are handmade in his workshop in Brittany. By the processes themselves, each image is unique. His photographs are numbered, signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity (prints limited to 30 or 40 copies, all processes and all formats).