I think you'd find you could replicate much of the "feel" of her work with studying how she lit her subjects more so than looking at the medium used to create it. Old films had poorer anti-halation Looks like vintage or none and that imparts a certain glow. VP up to 50 years old gives pretty good results, and the less than perfect results might be the ones you want. Diffusion in the enlarger is the inverse effect, sometimes useful, but not at all the same. Some photogs routinely used intensifiers and reducers in their work--and we have not even gotten to older formulations of staining type developers The photographs have a Looks like vintage, rich, Looks like vintage soft feel.