‘The latest technology married to a glorification of the past found in the salt print the perfect medium. The subtlety of the paper negative and the saturation of the salt print were the perfect embodiment of the spirituality of France’s great cathedrals.’ (James Hyman, catalogue accompanying the exhibition From Sermons in Stones to Monsters of Modernity)
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