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Daniel Ranalli
(USA)[1946] b. New Haven CT, l. Cambridge MA

b/w photograms made with strips of mat card board, 1975 - 1984 www.danielranalli.com


Paul Rand
(USA)[1914–1996] b. New York, d. Norwalk/Connecticut

shadowgraph design for a cigar box cover, 1957 de.phaidon.com


Robert Rauschenberg
(USA)[1925–2008] b. Port Arthur/TX, l. Captiva Island/FL

Booster from the series Booster and 7 Studies. 1967. Lithograph and screenprint from x-ray of a human skeleton, ed. 38 www.moma.org

Untitled (Sue), 1950, body shadowgraph on blueprint paper www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus

"Booster", colour lithograph with x-ray of human skeleton, 1967 www.nga.gov.au

Rauschenberg capturing a human form on blueprint paper coincidences.typepad.com


Man Ray
(USA)[1890–1976] b. Philadelphia, d. Paris

database which indicates 55 rayographs and 13 clichés verres, 1917-1961 www.manray-photo.com

Untitled Rayograph (Snakeskin), 1927 www.getty.edu

Hands, 1966 cs.nga.gov.au

Man Ray kissing Kiki, rayograph, Paris 1922, b/w, 24,1 x 29,8 cm, MoMA www.moma.org

Untitled (Rayograph), 1922, featured in "photogram aesthetic", Museum of New Mexico www.museumofnewmexico.org

rayograph with geometrical forms, unique print showing developer traces, 1923-28, 49 x 39.8cm www.metmuseum.org

portfolio "Man Ray: 12 Rayographs. 1921-1928", Schubert & Kapitzki, Stuttgart, 1963 www.geh.org

"Return to Reason", experimental film with sequences of objects exposed directly on the film stock, 1923 www.medienkunstnetz.de


Jürgen Reble
(Germany)[1956] l. Bonn

This sites shows chemigrams on celluloid - a certain kind of "alchemist" film, 1989-2009 www.filmalchemist.de


Isaac A. Rehn
(USA)[1815–1883] Philadelphia

Lygodium Icandeus, ca. 1865 albumen plant photogram, 35.5 x 43.8 cm americanart.si.edu


Wolfgang Reichmann
(Austria)[1962] b. Villach, l. Vienna

photograms that are not developed but fixed, 1998/2002 www.jmcfaber.at

Long exposure shadowgraphs which are not developed but fixed resulting in tones from violet to orange. www.reichmann.cx


Gerardo  Repetto
(Argentina)[1976] b. Villa Huidobro, l. Cordoba

222 Fosforos, serial b/w photograms with matches, after 2000 www.ehgaller.com.ar


Józef Robakowski
(Poland)[1939] b. Poznan, l. Lodcz

1958-1967 "FOTO-MALARSTWO" - photo paintings, 1969-1979 FOTO-FILMY - photograms, 1998-2000 TERMOGRAMY ("Hot images" made with thermosensitive emulsions) robakowski.eu


Eugène Auguste Albert de  Rochas d'Aiglun
(France)[1837–1914] b. St. Firmin (Hautes-Alpes), d. Grenoble

Drawing of light "odiques," taken from "Le Fluide des magnétiseurs", 1891 (picture on page 2!) web.archive.org


Aleksandr Michailowitch Rodchenko
(Russia)[1891–1956] b. Petrograd, d. Moscow

Silhouette of Vladimir Mayakovsky, Photogram for a book cover design, 1939-40, b/w, 11 1/4" x 9 1/2" web.archive.org


Varvara Rodchenko
(Russia)[1894–1958] b. Kaunas, d. Moscow

bw shadowgraphs, mainly with plants, 1978-92 www.mamm-mdf.ru


Franz Roh
(Germany)[1890–1965] b. Apolda (Thüringen), d. München

untitled shadowgraph of knife, fork, spoons and keys,17.8 x 23.9 cm, 1920's www.metmuseum.org


Gustavo Romano
(Argentina)[1958] b. Buonos Aires, l. Madrid

"La tarde de un escritor", x-ray video of a writing hand, 1998 gustavoromano.org


Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
(Germany)[1845–1923] b.(Remscheid-)Lennep, d. München

very large positive view on the hand of Mrs. Wilhelm Roentgen: the first X-ray image, 1895 www.nlm.nih.gov

First X ray made in public: positive hand of Albert von Kölliker, 23 January 1896, pdf, p.15 www.slac.stanford.edu

positive copy of X-ray from R�ntgen wife's hand, December 1895 www.scienceandsociety.co.uk


Alison Rossiter
(USA)[1953] b. Jackson/MI, l. New Jersey

Lament, cycle of developed photographic papers expired for decades, 2007-2008 www.alisonrossiter.com


Theodore Roszak
(USA)[1907–1981] b. Poznań (PL), d. New York

b/w shadowgraphs from 1937-41 web.archive.org


Tim Otto Roth
(Germany)[1974] b. Oppenau, l. Oppenau & Cologne

Forget all you know about photograms: shadowgraphs in motion created in real time exposing objects on videochips, 2000-2007 www.jenseits.net

ars umbra - overview of TOR's shadowgraphic oeuvre including early scanner works and plancton luminograms www.imachination.net

Review by the Washington Post of the exhibit "Light From the Other Side", Jan. 2017, Goethe Institut, Washington D.C. www.washingtonpost.com