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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 created has a Van Dyke brown color when it’s completed.
The Van Dyke brown process was patented in Germany in 1895 by Arndt and Troost.
- Signature : Hand-signed by Le Pictorialist
- Support : Printing on Watercolor Arche Platine
- Type : Unique work
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
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
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