Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to chromogen.
- Producing color.
- adj. photography Describing a process in which a black-and-white image is replaced by a coloured one
- adj. biology Containing or producing chromogen
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Biol.) Containing, or capable of forming, chromogen.
“In Isseu Diouf's chromogenic print "Shaykh Ahmadou Bamba Day in the streets of Harlem: men of the Murid Brotherhood walk on Saint Nicholas Avenue towards Saint Nicholas Park, Harlem, New York, July 28, 2010," the figures of the marchers mingle with the figures on signs.”
“Would anyone but a fan hang Justin Bieber on the wall, even in an archival chromogenic print?”
“Andreas Gursky's 99 cents (1999), a chromogenic color print, which held the record in 2007 for the highest price paid at auction for a single image when it sold for £1. 7m at Sotheby's”
“But these are in the show's largest room with "Until You Find Another Yellow Schwalbe" 1995, 40 chromogenic color prints of a bright yellow motorcycle photographed against differing backgrounds.”
“The buildings in Todd Hido's chromogenic prints are anything but pristine.”
“Wood projected slides spanning over five decades -- from the '60s to the present -- on walls throughout the now empty rooms, combining anywhere from two up to six slide projections per chromogenic print.”
“Todd Hido's chromogenic picture of a solitary house in a rundown neighborhood, "#1975-A," was also taken at night, but the light on in the attic room signals life, whatever it is that the person or people inside may be doing.”
“The 19 medium-format chromogenic prints at Richardson were taken by Ms. van Manem during extensive travels in Uzbekistan, Siberia, Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Moscow and Tatarstan in the early 1990s.”
“And history is the point of Shai Kremer's chromogenic landscapes of his native land: Sometimes in broad panoramas and sometimes in detailed close-ups, he captures layers of history in counterpoint with one another.”
“Inkjet print (originally chromogenic color print), 20 1/16 x 23 3/4 in.”
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â€œthat which produces,â€
Gk. genÃ©s 'born, produced';
L. genus, 'kin')
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