Rose asked in a comment if I could share a black-and-white version of the Grohmann Museum photo from my last post.
Here are two slightly different B/W versions.
One has more contrast and the blacks are pretty crushed, so you can’t make out a lot of detail in the more shadowed areas.
I could fool around with it to heighten the contrast even more, which would leave less discernible detail and shift the image more toward abstract patches of pure black and pure white. That could be fun.
The other version is lighter, with less contrast and more detail available in the varying shades of gray within the shadowed areas.
Which do you like best?