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Dang. They look like renaissance paintings.
Yeah I seen these examples before. There was also some experimental sound stuff going on during those days as well (The "Dickson Experimental Sound Film" is a good example). Certainly a time of experimentation and figuring out how to make it work.
It must have been like 3-D movies. "Nice gimmick, but why bother?"It's hard to tell. I suppose it was still rather costly or hard to make the chemicals/dyes for those things to work properly back before such stable processes were developed over time (and even then, filming movies in B&W stayed around for quite a long time since I'm sure it was still a cost preference anyway, though many can argue over the intentions of the filmmaker him/herself if it came to that).
Here's one from 1899, but they were painting directly on the frames. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkT54BetFBI
Painting directly on frames was done on a number of prints out there.
I think Dan has Caravaggio on the brain. http://www.caravaggio-foundation.org/ https://www.kimbellart.org/Exhibitions/Exhibition-Details.aspx?eid=74
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