Traces of Light.

Photographs by William Henry Fox Talbot.
Actar, Barcelona, 2002. 384 pp., 300 duotone illustrations, 8½x10½".

In 1834 Fox Talbot began experimenting with light-sensitive silver salts which eventually led to his invention of the positive-negative photographic process that is still used today. The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, one of Spain's premier art publishers, has teamed up with another incredible Spanish publisher to produce this exquisite, scholarly volume on Talbot's work. Read Publisher's Description.

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