SELECT YOUR HISTORICAL PRINTING PROCESS

  • Cyanotype
  • Van Dyke
  • Platine
  • Bichromate
  • Gumoil

Vandyke brown printing, a derivative of iron-silver print processes (argentotypes) from 1842, takes its name from the color cast of final print, a deep brown similar to popular paint pigment, Vandyke brown. Like many of photography’s earlier processes, VDB is a contact printing process needing ultraviolet(UV) light to make the exposure onto a piece of coated paper.

Van Dyke brown prints should last as long as any other silver process.

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+ OUR PAPER

ARCHES® Platine
100% cotton rag, no alkaline reserve, acid-free, no optical brightening agents, made on a cylinder mould.

 

Composition: 100 % cotton – No alkaline reserve – Made on a cylinder mould
Grammage: 310 gsm
Texture: satin grain, very smooth
Colour: white
Edges: 4 deckle edges
Watermark: “Arches® Platine France ∞”

Conservation: no alkaline reserve, acid-free, no optical brightening agents, meets the conditions of the PAT photographic activity test in accordance with ISO 18916

+ SHIPPING & WARRANTY


We offer free SHipping Over the world
We deliver on 7 to 14 days
We warranty a unique piece of art which make you fall in love with it!

+ FRAMING

We let you frame it the way you like!

Watercolor Paper is beautifull without glass on it, it is protected with UV Varnish and will keep it strong color as long as the paper live.
Some prints are more than 100yrs old, in the most famous museum of the world, and they have kept their power and beauty

We will release soon a unique framing service, we are still doing some researches about a special product .

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