pigment print

pigment print

[′pig·mənt ‚print]
(textiles)
A fabric that has been printed with a paste made of an insoluble pigment mixed with a binder and a thickener.
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Caption: Above: DIANE TUFT, Reaching Out, De Quervain Havn, Greenland, 2016, Color pigment print, 40 x 60 inches
While some may consider landscapes to be classic works of the past, photographers never tire of capturing the world around them, as seen in the dramatic archival pigment print, "Wake and Sea" by Corey Arnold taken in 2015.
Wendy Red Star (Crow), Fall, Four Seasons Series, 2006, Archival pigment print on Museo silver rag on dibond,, Collection Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Johnson County Community College (Kan.
Judy Dater, Positive composite photograph (from Memoir) (2012), archival pigment print, 20" x 24".
Stewart's is a digital pigment print by William Abranowicz.
The printing side of production produces pigment print, and reactive, cosmo, disperse/vat, wet-on-wet resist, and pad-dry resist print.
The title Daguerreotype actually goes to a black-and-white pigment print, also from this year, a picture taken in the style of a commercial "fantasy portrait" studio, where Shaw's hair and fashion were coordinated to emulate a 1970s Old West sunbonnet chic.
The eighteen pigment prints of "In search of the marvellous" distill memories of Surrealist art, gothic atmospherics, and B-grade horror films to present a connoisseur's guide to aberrant nature.
It will feature her latest work 'Fugues' which is a series of digitally manipulated pigment prints.