4.2.10 Cliche Vere

Cliche Verre is a method of etching, painting, or drawing on a transparent surface and printing the resulting image on a light sensitive paper. It was first practiced by several French painters during the early parts of the 19th century, but the process was also used by fantasy artist Max Ernst and continues to be utilized by modern artists.

The above image by Courtney Johnson is a modern form of Cliche Verre and portrays Mexico City.

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