This is a monograph of scientist and artist Dominic Lam Mankit who has discovered a new technique of painting known as 'chromoskedasic painting' by which colour images are produced on black-and-white photographic paper without using pigments or dyes. The accompanying essays provide an introduction to Lam as an artist and scientist, as well as his involvement in a charitable organisation: World Eye Organisation. (Please note that the essays are not bilingual). Artist's biography is included.
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