Are those themes, or genres historical prepared by the editorial staff to guide the visitor to navigate in the archive in a first easy exploration. It is impossible to create a true catalog of the photo library: the arguments proposed in the frames are just some examples.
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TYPOGRAPHIC RETIN - EXAMPLE 1 ( last uploaded )
HISTORY OF PRINTING Photograph of a smiling girl eating an apple, reproduced with a typographic net with a structure of concentric circles centered on the fruit: the net allows to render to the line (reduce to just white or black tones, without shades) a continuous tone image (with infinite shades of gray); in this way the image can be printed in ink, and the eye still perceives the illusion of halftones. Different structures can give the same image a different character; this is part of an example series, made by comparing some of the finest graphic screens inspired by manual historical engraving (see # 42861 to # 42866). Photoengraving, Italy, early seventies of the twentieth century
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Tag: history of photography,history of printing,screen,typography,graphic arts,photomechanic,photogravure,Print,typographic screen,stretch,halftone,optical illusion,portrait,foreground,apple,Seventies,Italy,monochrome print,photomechanical matrix,graphic industry,screening,chiaroscuro,tonal modeling
The great themes of the history
It navigates in the archive guided by a time-line that represents the major events or historical movements. The topics listed in the chart are only a selection of those preserved in Fototeca, which is still in continuous digital transfer.
b.C. X-IX-VIII-VII-VI-V-IV-III-II-I ~ I a.C. II-III-IV-V-VI CENTURY
Before 4000 b.C. ~ XVIII-XVII-XVI-XV-XIV-XIII-XIII-XII-XI CENTURY b.C.