Chapter 12 Bromoil Printing
Bromoil is a photographic control process introduced by C. Welborne Piper in 1907, based on the theories of E. J. Wall. Bromoil was popular among the pictorial photographic salon exhibitors in the first half of the twentieth century. The process gradually lost favor following World War II, as supplies dwindled and as pictorialism gave way to the less romantic and more representational styles of photography.
Pigment powders pose little immediate damage from ingestion or inhalation, but repeated exposure to small amounts of some pigments can cause chronic poisoning ...