A century of colour photography: from the autochrome to the digital age
Since the Lumiere brothers made the autochrome processcommercially available in June 1907, colour photographyhas proliferated in so many directions that we are saturatedwith it. In this stunning large-format collection, Pam Robertshas gathered together the finest examples of the art ofcolour photography, covering every major technical andartistic development in colour photography over the last 100years.
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