A Picnic In A Clearing. Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, French.
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A Picnic In A Clearing

1857/later printing. Cliché-verre, dated and signed in image lower left and lower right, 17.1 x 22.1cm (paper). Minor chips to corners, uneven margins.

Ref: Melot #C65.

Corot and other artists of the Barbizon school were the first, and most prolific, experimenters with cliché-verre, a technique that combines aspects of printmaking and photography. Developed around 1839, this process begins with a glass plate on which an artist either paints or scratches a design on a prepared ground. The glass plate is then treated as a negative and placed on top of light-sensitive paper and exposed to the sun or other bright light.

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Item #CL168-34

Price (AUD): $2,650.00  Other currencies

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