from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A photographic positive made on paper sensitized by a silver salt.
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The swank hotel is currently displaying four first-edition, gelatin silver-print photographs shot by the late actor/art enthusiast (Hopper succumbed to cancer in May) in the mid-'60s.
'I was examining this photograph,' said Simon, handing to his brother a rather large unmounted silver-print photograph which had lain on his knees.
Victor Skrebneski's brilliant gelatin silver-print diptych
Her shoulders and arms are encased with see-threw material which is trimmed at her neck with some of the velvety fabric and silver-print.
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