ⓘ Cliché verre


ⓘ Cliche verre

Cliche verre is a combination of painting with photography. In brief, it is a method of either etching, painting or drawing on a transparent surface, such as glass, thin paper or film and printing the resulting image on a light sensitive paper in a photographic darkroom. It is a process first practiced by a number of French painters during the early 19th century. The French landscape painter Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot was the best known of these. Some contemporary artists have developed techniques for achieving a variety of line, tone, texture and color by experimenting with film, frosted Mylar, paint and inks and a wide assortment of tools for painting, etching, scratching, rubbing and daubing. Scratching a negative is another form of cliche verre. Many ways to get different designs for a cliche verre is to print a design off of the computer onto transparent paper. Or even scan a photo onto transparent paper and alter it that way before exposing it.

Cliche verre is French. Cliche is a printing term: a printing plate cast from movable type; while verre means glass.

Cliche verre was one of the earliest forms of reproducing images before the advent of the camera. As a precursor to photography, cliche verre could accurately represent the original scene without the tonal variations available in modern day photography.

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  • Painting in More than Two Dimensions: The Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors, Cliche Verre and Airbrush Compositions of 1917 - 1919. Retrieved 30 September 2011
  • living in the urban world. Halloran s series, Deep Sky Companion 2013, cliche - verre prints delves deep into the universe to explore the mystery between
  • was a student of Jacques - Louis David. He was also known for using the cliche - verre technique. Prix de Rome en Paysage Historique - 1825, Winner with Chasse
  • Chlorobromide paper Chromatype Chripotype Chrysotype, 1842 Chrystollotype Cliche verre Collodion paper Collodion process, 1851 Collotype, 1870 Contact print
  • across a variety of artistic forms, from straight photography, collage, cliche verre solarization, mixed media, offset lithography to drawing. Wood moved
  • and assemblage horizonless landscapes, jarred subjects, cut - paper, cliche - verre negatives and nudes. According to art critic Robert C. Morgan, Sommer s
  • Some examples include her patterned segmented prints and her Cliche Verre prints. Cliche Verre prints, the images were produced by printing large sheets
  • artist Meryn Cadell, the Celtic - rock band Enter the Haggis, alt - rock band Cliche Verre and Juno nominated Afro - Canadian pop ensemble Kaleefah. Quan has been
  • 22 June 2013. Glassman, Elizabeth Symmes, Marilyn 1 January 1980 Cliche - verre hand - drawn, light - printed: a survey of the medium from 1839 to the present
  • Christian Bourgois. ISBN 2 - 267 - 01387 - 8. Dufour, Bernard 2001 - 04 - 23 Les cliches - verre in French Leo Scheer. ISBN 2 - 914172 - 20 - 6. Dufour, Bernard 2004