About This Image
Note the second man, barely visible and perhaps the owner, in the background at the left.
With "Nadar jeune" stamp photo and negative number reversed out of photo, and a title in ink on the recto of the mount in German (Cow of the Race in Normandy). A very rich print. Commonly referred to as a varnished salt print, it is technically made by vernis-cuir, a process in which a paper is coated with layers of gelatin and tannin, giving it a thick high gloss like that of varnished leather. Tournachon often used the process and stamped these prints with his mark, "Nadar j[eu}ne."
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Medium Salt print vernis-cuir from wet plate collodion plate
Mount on original mount
Photo Date 1850s Print Date 1850s
Dimensions 8 x 10-3/4 in. (203 x 273 mm)
Photo Country France
Photographer Country France