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Vintage photo Gelatin silver print in Frame "Quiet snow"1985, Astrakhan, Russia.

From author:         Pavel Prosyanov      (b. 1958)

I took photos on the pedestrian bridge, but there was no interesting plot.  I continued to stand on the footbridge and saw two men walking towards me, smoking and talking to each other. I reluctantly prepared my camera, and then I was lucky, and two women with bags walked past me in the opposite direction. I waited for a moment and made a photograph. Each of them has their own worries. Typical people of the Soviet era, the mid 80-ies of the twentieth century. The city of Astrakhan, the USSR.
This bridge already looks different, and this picture is already going down in history

Style: I always liked the photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau...

Description: This photo looks better in the original than in the listing.  The photo is printed in a dark room, and retouched by the author.
The photo was printed in a dark room, both for a photo exhibition, and for archival storage (very good fixation, and a prolonged final rinse in running water)

To protect the photo from harmful effects of the environment, we used:
  •  back cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archive yellow ribbon (PH = 0)
  • Passepartout from  cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archival quality plastic corners (print holder)

• Printed and toned  in a dark room on matte paper (cardboard) in  90's.
• Framed  done in 2009.
• frame size : 41 x 43 cm.              ( 16"x 17" )
• Image size :   23 x 29 cm.            ( 9"x 11,4 ")
• The photo print has a matte surface and was retouched with a thin brush 

The photo print itself is in good condition, only It is advisable to change the frame
Vintage photo Gelatin silver print in Frame "Quiet snow"1985, Astrakhan, Russia.

From author:         Pavel Prosyanov      (b. 1958)

I took photos on the pedestrian bridge, but there was no interesting plot.  I continued to stand on the footbridge and saw two men walking towards me, smoking and talking to each other. I reluctantly prepared my camera, and then I was lucky, and two women with bags walked past me in the opposite direction. I waited for a moment and made a photograph. Each of them has their own worries. Typical people of the Soviet era, the mid 80-ies of the twentieth century. The city of Astrakhan, the USSR.
This bridge already looks different, and this picture is already going down in history

Style: I always liked the photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau...

Description: This photo looks better in the original than in the listing.  The photo is printed in a dark room, and retouched by the author.
The photo was printed in a dark room, both for a photo exhibition, and for archival storage (very good fixation, and a prolonged final rinse in running water)

To protect the photo from harmful effects of the environment, we used:
  •  back cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archive yellow ribbon (PH = 0)
  • Passepartout from  cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archival quality plastic corners (print holder)

• Printed and toned  in a dark room on matte paper (cardboard) in  90's.
• Framed  done in 2009.
• frame size : 41 x 43 cm.              ( 16"x 17" )
• Image size :   23 x 29 cm.            ( 9"x 11,4 ")
• The photo print has a matte surface and was retouched with a thin brush 

The photo print itself is in good condition, only It is advisable to change the frame
Vintage photo Gelatin silver print in Frame "Quiet snow"1985, Astrakhan, Russia.

From author:         Pavel Prosyanov      (b. 1958)

I took photos on the pedestrian bridge, but there was no interesting plot.  I continued to stand on the footbridge and saw two men walking towards me, smoking and talking to each other. I reluctantly prepared my camera, and then I was lucky, and two women with bags walked past me in the opposite direction. I waited for a moment and made a photograph. Each of them has their own worries. Typical people of the Soviet era, the mid 80-ies of the twentieth century. The city of Astrakhan, the USSR.
This bridge already looks different, and this picture is already going down in history

Style: I always liked the photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau...

Description: This photo looks better in the original than in the listing.  The photo is printed in a dark room, and retouched by the author.
The photo was printed in a dark room, both for a photo exhibition, and for archival storage (very good fixation, and a prolonged final rinse in running water)

To protect the photo from harmful effects of the environment, we used:
  •  back cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archive yellow ribbon (PH = 0)
  • Passepartout from  cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archival quality plastic corners (print holder)

• Printed and toned  in a dark room on matte paper (cardboard) in  90's.
• Framed  done in 2009.
• frame size : 41 x 43 cm.              ( 16"x 17" )
• Image size :   23 x 29 cm.            ( 9"x 11,4 ")
• The photo print has a matte surface and was retouched with a thin brush 

The photo print itself is in good condition, only It is advisable to change the frame
Vintage photo Gelatin silver print in Frame "Quiet snow"1985, Astrakhan, Russia.

From author:         Pavel Prosyanov      (b. 1958)

I took photos on the pedestrian bridge, but there was no interesting plot.  I continued to stand on the footbridge and saw two men walking towards me, smoking and talking to each other. I reluctantly prepared my camera, and then I was lucky, and two women with bags walked past me in the opposite direction. I waited for a moment and made a photograph. Each of them has their own worries. Typical people of the Soviet era, the mid 80-ies of the twentieth century. The city of Astrakhan, the USSR.
This bridge already looks different, and this picture is already going down in history

Style: I always liked the photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau...

Description: This photo looks better in the original than in the listing.  The photo is printed in a dark room, and retouched by the author.
The photo was printed in a dark room, both for a photo exhibition, and for archival storage (very good fixation, and a prolonged final rinse in running water)

To protect the photo from harmful effects of the environment, we used:
  •  back cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archive yellow ribbon (PH = 0)
  • Passepartout from  cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archival quality plastic corners (print holder)

• Printed and toned  in a dark room on matte paper (cardboard) in  90's.
• Framed  done in 2009.
• frame size : 41 x 43 cm.              ( 16"x 17" )
• Image size :   23 x 29 cm.            ( 9"x 11,4 ")
• The photo print has a matte surface and was retouched with a thin brush 

The photo print itself is in good condition, only It is advisable to change the frame
Vintage photo Gelatin silver print in Frame "Quiet snow"1985, Astrakhan, Russia.

From author:         Pavel Prosyanov      (b. 1958)

I took photos on the pedestrian bridge, but there was no interesting plot.  I continued to stand on the footbridge and saw two men walking towards me, smoking and talking to each other. I reluctantly prepared my camera, and then I was lucky, and two women with bags walked past me in the opposite direction. I waited for a moment and made a photograph. Each of them has their own worries. Typical people of the Soviet era, the mid 80-ies of the twentieth century. The city of Astrakhan, the USSR.
This bridge already looks different, and this picture is already going down in history

Style: I always liked the photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau...

Description: This photo looks better in the original than in the listing.  The photo is printed in a dark room, and retouched by the author.
The photo was printed in a dark room, both for a photo exhibition, and for archival storage (very good fixation, and a prolonged final rinse in running water)

To protect the photo from harmful effects of the environment, we used:
  •  back cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archive yellow ribbon (PH = 0)
  • Passepartout from  cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0)
  • Archival quality plastic corners (print holder)

• Printed and toned  in a dark room on matte paper (cardboard) in  90's.
• Framed  done in 2009.
• frame size : 41 x 43 cm.              ( 16"x 17" )
• Image size :   23 x 29 cm.            ( 9"x 11,4 ")
• The photo print has a matte surface and was retouched with a thin brush 

The photo print itself is in good condition, only It is advisable to change the frame

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Quiet snow•1985 - Limited Edition of 26 Photograph

Pavel Prosyanov

Russia

Photography, Black & White on Cardboard

Size: 11.4 W x 9.1 H x 0.7 D in

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Vintage photo Gelatin silver print in Frame "Quiet snow"1985, Astrakhan, Russia. From author: Pavel Prosyanov (b. 1958) I took photos on the pedestrian bridge, but there was no interesting plot. I continued to stand on the footbridge and saw two men walking towards me, smoking and talking to each other. I reluctantly prepared my camera, and then I was lucky, and two women with bags walked past me in the opposite direction. I waited for a moment and made a photograph. Each of them has their own worries. Typical people of the Soviet era, the mid 80-ies of the twentieth century. The city of Astrakhan, the USSR. This bridge already looks different, and this picture is already going down in history Style: I always liked the photos of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau... Description: This photo looks better in the original than in the listing. The photo is printed in a dark room, and retouched by the author. The photo was printed in a dark room, both for a photo exhibition, and for archival storage (very good fixation, and a prolonged final rinse in running water) To protect the photo from harmful effects of the environment, we used: • back cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0) • Archive yellow ribbon (PH = 0) • Passepartout from cardboard of museum quality (100% Cotton, PH = 0) • Archival quality plastic corners (print holder) • Printed and toned in a dark room on matte paper (cardboard) in 90's. • Framed done in 2009. • frame size : 41 x 43 cm. ( 16"x 17" ) • Image size : 23 x 29 cm. ( 9"x 11,4 ") • The photo print has a matte surface and was retouched with a thin brush The photo print itself is in good condition, only It is advisable to change the frame

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Photography Print:Black & White on Cardboard

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:26

Size:11.4 W x 9.1 H x 0.7 D in

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I started taking photographs and printing photographs in a dark room as a boy since 1970. In early 1979, I was already working as a professional photographer, and parallel, I got carried away with creative photography, I photographed for myself what I like. Most often it is an old town, old houses, details of old architecture, a person in an urban environment, nature. For me, photography is, first of all, Art photography, i.e. photography as an independent work of art. A good photo for me falls into two categories, it is a photo with a meaning, or with a mood. Yes, a photograph without any meaning, but which conveys the mood to us. And great luck when these two qualities are present in one work.

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