Re: black vs. color inks and gum

From: Yves Gauvreau ^lt;>
Date: 11/16/05-07:24:23 AM Z
Message-id: <02f001c5eab1$0fa43d60$0100a8c0@BERTHA>


You may be right or not I don't know. The only thing I can say from the text
is that he effectively used both techniques and others as well. The author
says that at some point he favored oils but somewhere else the author
mention that Misonne as a preference for Fresson. I can't find specific
information on the prints in the book and my deduction are not to be taken
for granted.

But I agree with you, the 'Misonne look' is something I'm interested in
learning about.

Thanks for the link

----- Original Message -----
From: "henk thijs" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2005 7:24 AM
Subject: Re: black vs. color inks and gum

> Yves, is it really FRESSON ??
> I saw the Misonne exhibition in Charleroi with at least 40 prints and
> nearly all were
> Also the books I have with the work of Misonne (including ' la couleur
> du temps') contains mainly OILPRINTS and no Fresson.
> So, if you are interested in this 'Misonne'-look see my article on
> oilprinting on
> cheers,
> Henk
Received on Wed Nov 16 07:24:40 2005

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