The publisher Xavier Barral has just released Les extravagantes, a book gathering the portraits of flowers shot in autochrome by Dutch photographer Lendeert Blok who, in the 1920s, experimented with color process and the use of the panoramic format. The photographer was able to get incredibly close to his subject and developed a singular approach where each flower became a sculpture.
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