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Frank Eugene 
The Horse 
1890 (ca) 
  
Photogravure 
National Science and Media Museum 
Ref Number: 2003-5001/2/20021 
  
 
LL/45207 
  
[Curatorial description - National Media Museum - December 2011]
 
To produce this photogravure of a horse Eugene used an etching needle to scratch lines onto the surface of the negative, creating a hybrid between a purely photographic image and an etching. Eugene often used graphic techniques to alter a photograph. He would change or replace a background, reduce aspects of the photograph to anonymity or apply highlights with paint. 
 
 
  
 
  
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