William Henry Fox Talbot | Bromus Maximus

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Bromus Maximus: In order to promote his groundbreaking discovery of negative-positive paper photography, William Henry Fox Talbot, a prominent English scientist, inventor, and photography pioneer, sent photogenic drawings to several Italian scientists between 1839 and 1840. The first recipient of these stunning works of art was the renowned Bolognese botanist Antonio Bertoloni, who received 36 photogenic drawings showcasing various plant leaves and plants, among others. These photographs were collected in the exceptional volume “Album di disegni fotogenici”.

Immerse yourself in the art of photography with William Henry Fox Talbot’s photogenic drawings. Our carefully curated collection of Talbot’s exceptional cameraless works is perfect for those seeking a simple yet impactful addition to their wall decor.

A. Print only

• premium museum-quality print
• paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
• every print ships ready to frame

B. Foam Board

Foam board is an incredibly versatile material. It has a lightweight yet strong construction, making it ideal for our poster boards. Most importantly, it helps to produce stunning results with a smooth texture which intensifies the image’s natural look and feel.

• easy stick on and take off the wall
• strong, rigid and amazingly lightweight
• mounting kit included

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