7 edition of The Photographic Illusion found in the catalog.
September 1975 by Thomas Y. Crowell Co .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
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For this painting, Dagnan had depended more exclusively on photographic illusion. The preliminary images can be seen as aide-memoires; the other, secondary photos of models and tracings are a painstaking elaboration upon these.
The final composition, although completed inwas not exhibited until the Salon. T HE IDEA OF COMBINING drawings and photography first came to him in While he was writing a letter.
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In fact, the two sets of figures are exactly identical and the same color.