Limited edition of 49 pieces
Original salt print
Art by Jan Kratochvil - without framing
Salt print from digital negative
Motif: Basilica St. Procopius, Trebic, UNESCO
The Basilica of St. Procopius is a Roman Catholic parish church in the parish of Třebíč. This Romanesque-Gothic church was built on the site of the original Marian chapel at the Třebíč Benedictine monastery from approximately 1240 to 1280.
The photograph of the Basilica of St. Procopius was taken with a digital camera, then the digital photograph was digitally optimized for the negative, from which the photograph can be printed by contact printing by a salt process.
Delivery time: We send no later then 10 days after your order
Paper: Canson 200g nebo Fabriano Bristol 200g.
The color tone of the salt print may differ slightly depending on the paper used.
Photo size: approx. 10.5 x 18.5 cm
The salt print process is historically the first copying process based on the sensitivity of silver halide salts to light. It was used in perfect form by Henry Fox Talbot in 1839.
The photo is sensitized with AgNO3 - silver nitrate.
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Thank you for your interest in my original works.
Finished salt prints
Digital negative and created salt print