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682.01   Improving content on photographic techniques
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682.02   Cliché verre
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682.03   Man Ray: Les vois lactées (1974)
This theme includes example sections and will be revised and added to as we proceed. Suggestions for additions, improvements and the correction of factual errors are always appreciated. 
  
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682.01   Process and product >  Improving content on photographic techniques 
  
We are seeking to expand the themes covering photographic techniques and processes. These sections will include:
  • Invention of the process
     
  • Any related patents
     
  • Trade literature
     
  • Contemporary advertisements and announcements of the innovation
     
  • A description of the process and its variants
     
  • Historical examples and details of where examples can be located in public collections
     
  • Contemporary examples by photographers using the exact process.
Conservation will not initially be included but may be in the future if required.
 
  
Examples 
  
682.02   Process and product >  Cliché verre 
  
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Cliché-verre[1] [Fr.] literally translated means "glass picture' and is a technique that combines art and photography and was used mainly by French artists including Jean Baptiste Corot,[2] Jean François Millet,[3] and Charles François Daubigny.[4] It was normally done by using a smoking candle to coat a glass plate with soot. The desired picture was then drawn with a sharp instrument directly into the blackened surface and the resulting plate was used as a photographic negative and contact printed.  
  
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Jean Baptiste Corot 
  
 
  
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Although mainly used in the 1860s the cliché verre technique has also be used by György Kepes[5], Man Ray[6] and Abelardo Morell.[7]  
  
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682.03   Process and product >  Man Ray: Les vois lactées (1974) 
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  1. Λ Elizabeth Glassman & Marilyn F. Symmes, 1980, Cliché-verre: Hand-Drawn, Light-Printed: A Survey of the Medium from 1839 to the Present, (Detroit: The Detroit Institute of Arts) 
      
  2. Λ Gary Tinterow, 1996, Corot, (Metropolitan Museum of Art) 
      
  3. Λ Alexandra R. Murphy, 1999, Jean-François Millet: Drawn Into the Light, (Yale University Press) 
      
  4. Λ  Michael Marlais, 2004, Valenciennes, Daubigny, and the Origins of French Landscape Painting, ( Pennsylvania State University Press) 
      
  5. Λ G. Kepes, et al., 1995, Language of Vision: Fundamentals of Bauhaus Design, (Mineola, NY: Dover Publications) [Reprint]; Gyorgy Kepes, 1984, Light Graphics, (New York: International Center of Photography) isbn-10: 0933642059 isbn-13: 978-0933642058 [Exhibition catalogue]; Gyorgy Kepes, & Marjorie Supovitz (ed.), 1978, Gyorgy Kepes: The MIT Years 1945-1977, (The MIT Press) 
      
  6. Λ In the Lempertz, Cologne, auction catalogue (28 Nobember 2104), Lot: 76 the portfolio Les vois lactées (1974, Turin: Edition Galleria Il Fauno) was listed that included 11 gelatin silver cliché verre prints by Man Ray. I'd be interested in any further details on this portfolio - alan@luminous-lint.com 
      
  7. Λ Abelardo Morell: Cliché-verres
    www.abelardomorell.net/posts/cliche-verres/ 
      

alan@luminous-lint.com

 
  

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General reading 
  
Glassman, Elizabeth & Symmes, Marilyn F., 1980, Cliché-verre: Hand-Drawn, Light-Printed: A Survey of the Medium from 1839 to the Present, (Detroit: The Detroit Institute of Arts) [Δ
  
 
  
 
  
If you feel this list is missing a significant book or article please let me know - Alan - alan@luminous-lint.com 
  

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Jean Baptiste Corot  (1796-1875) • Charles François Daubigny  (1817-1878) • György Kepes  (1906-2001) • Abelardo Morell  (1948-)
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