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The south aisle of Chichester Cathedral
Provided by the artist - Terry King
The "control" pioneers such as Edward Steichen (1879-1973) and Robert Demachy (1859-1936), soon became bored with gum printing and went on to oil printing and the Bromoil where the lithographic qualities inherent in the silver gelatine photograph were used to make prints using printers' ink. Here is a bromoil as an example, the visible image is made from etching ink after the silver has been bleached out. These prints could also be run through an etching press to produce a bromoil transfer print.