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After Rodin #2 - photogravure print - Private Release Editions


This is a second edition in a small series I am currently working on.  Most of the photographs will be from new negatives made with this series in mind. This 4x5 print is presented in an 11x14 white rag mat.

While I was visiting Paris I found myself in the Rodin Museum. I was moved by the beauty and volume of the sculptures. Returning to Portland I have begun using the inspiration to make a new series of photogravures,  I have many more photographs in mind for this work and look forward to making more. This hand-pulled photogravure print is made with Charbonnel 55981 Black, Bistre, and a dash of Sanguine inks on Hahnemühle copperplate paper. I printed an edition of 8 numbered prints, and 3 A/P prints.

  • Hand-pulled print by Ray Bidegain
  • Limited edition of 8
  • 4x5  inches on an 9x10 sheet.
  • 11x14 mat included in this edition
  • Signed numbered and dated by the artist on the lower front.

      Photogravure printed in 2023, from an 4x5 negative made in 2023 by Ray Bidegain.

      All Cascabel prints are hand-pulled by Ray Bidegain and are signed and numbered on the lower front. Image and paper sizes are approximate, Variations within the edition are possible and expected.

      Numbered edition or A/P printsNumbered Edition prints

      After Rodin #2 - photogravure print - Private Release Editions

      $115.00 USD

      Are the Photogravure prints matted

      Matting is not included with the photogravure prints but can be provided at an extra cost.

      What is the best way to display a photogravure print.

      Most often work by printmakers is displayed utilizing a float frame technique available from most custom frame shops.

      Will you make an edition of photogravure prints of my photograph.

      I sometimes do this service please get in contact and we can talk about what you have in mind.

      Can you custom plan a mentorship to my needs?

      Your success is my goal and I have experience teaching many topics of photography, I am happy to make a program that fits your needs.


      Fast shipping

      I usually ship print orders in 2-5 days, if you need a definite delivery time I can make sure it happens for you.

      Order tracking

      You will receive order shipment and tracking information via email after your order is placed letting you know about shipment and tracking numbers.

      You can get in contact with Ray using the link below.

      About Ray Bidegain

      One Photographers Journey

      For the last 22 years I have been lucky enough to spend my time working as a fine art photographer, and specifically working as a photographer who photographed using large format negatives and made platinum prints from the camera negatives.

      The platinum period

      Many of you have collected these platinum prints over the years and some of you have learned platinum printing from me along the way. I love the process and I have loved every minute of this period in my work. Platinum printing is an amazing and beautiful way to make photographs.

      The Gravures

      For the last five years I have started working on making photogravure prints, polymer plate photogravure prints, to be specific. I worked on it, decided I wanted to make a change and make a commitment to working as a printmaker making photogravure prints. You all know me as a person who likes handmade photography. Handmade objects are at the heart of my photographic journey and printmaking is all of that, and more.

      The Cascabel Press Studio

      My darkroom and printmaking studio

      for the last 32 years I have worked in the cozy basement of my 110 year old home in Portland Oregon. Your fine prints are made here and are a product of my love of photography and art.

      My backyard daylight studio

      Where I make pictures

      for the last several years I have been making my work in a small daylight studio in my backyard.