Moth and Bonelight.
Photographs by Jerry Uelsmann.
21st Editions, 2010.
10 tipped-in platinum prints, signed and dated on the verso, 9x12".
'I am amazed by the delicate rendering of the highlights and shadow areas in these platinum prints. They are truly unique and exquisitely beautiful. I love the way they look and I plan to frame a few for our home.' - Jerry Uelsmann
21ST Editions is pleased to announce the Platinum Edition of Moth and Bonelight , a portfolio of 10 platinum prints by Jerry Uelsmann with 20 poems by Steven Brown.
The platinum printing process was at its beginning in 1873 a rare and difficult one to master. It is even rarer today. Printing in platinum produces the most permanent of photographic prints-one that possesses the richest, most extensive, and most subtle tonal range within photography. During World War I when the cost of platinum and consequently platinum papers dramatically rose, some master photographers abandoned photography rather than resort to other processes.Today the making of a platinum print is even more expensive, but the beauty of the result merits the time and difficulty required to produce it.
The 10 tipped-in platinum prints are roughly 9”x12”, and each is signed and dated on the verso by Jerry Uelsmann.
Edition: 55 numbered copies, 15 lettered copies, 2 publisher’s copies.
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