The Two Palms art studio stand gives visitors the chance to rediscover the work of the American painter and photographer Chuck Close. His realist portraits, including celebrities like Brad Pitt, were produced using the Woodburytype process, which has rarely been employed since the end of the 19th century, although it now seems, like wet collodion, to be making a comeback.
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