LEPICTORIALIST'S SAVOIR FAIRE


For Photographs, Painters, Digital Artists, Alternatifs creator who are looking for an aesthetic, romantic and elegant medium.

Your digital picture becomes a timeless and unique piece of Art, somewhere between Drawing, Lithography, Painting and Photography.

Crafted on ©Arches watercolor paper, and compose with Beaux-art supplies : Silver and Platinum emulsion, ©Sennelier Watercolor Pigment, ©Charbonnel Etching Ink...

COLOR TRICHROMIE

PURE WATERCOLOR GUM AND PIGMENT

This process involve 5 differents layers of watercolor on the coton paper, it take lot a week to acheived.
The result is basicly a unalterable and colorfull piece of art fidel of your original Document

RED CHALK GUM

PURE WATERCOLOR GUM AND PIGMENT

In the inspiration of leonard de Vinci, Picture is a slow degradé from yellow to red passing threw Orange
To do that we 100% beaux art materials, and no toxics products

Resinotype

MAT & SILVER PIGMENTED PRINTS

The resinotype create a picture with a mix of Colophan from epicea, and earth pigment to give a velvet mat and silver aspect!
the image take life into a Thick layer of gelantin apply over the watercolor paper

BLUEPRINT

ORIGINAL MODERN & FUN

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. Engineers used the process well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints.

VAN DYKE

CLASSIC SEPIA VINTAGE

Van Dyke brown is a printing process named after Anthony van Dyck.

It involves coating a canvas with ferric ammonium citrate, tartaric acid, and silver nitrate, then exposing it to ultraviolet light. The canvas can be washed with water, and hypo to keep the solutions in place.

The image is fixed inside the coton paper and give a very slight aspect

Platine Paladium

ETERNAL BLACK FROM PLATINUM


The platinum tones range from warm black, to reddish brown, to expanded mid-tone grays that are unobtainable in silver prints.

Platinum prints are the most durable of all photographic processes.
Even more stable than gold. It is estimated that a platinum image, properly made, can last thousands of years