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Anna Atkins Algae - Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions between 1843 and 1853

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Cyanotypes were invented in 1842 by astronomer John Herschel as a way to copy his notes. The cyanotypes here are attributed to Anna Atkins, who was trained as a botanist and used this method of.

Polypodium calcareum, British; Anna Atkins (British, 1799 - 1871); England; 1853; Cyanotype; 25.4 × 19.4 cm (10 × 7 5/8 in.); 84.XO.227.8

Cyanotype of Polypodium calcareum, by Atkins, Anna. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs.

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The first book published with photographs (cyanotypes) was Anna Atkins' volumes - Photographs British Algae published in 1843

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Photographs of British Algæ.

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Anna Atkins (British, 1799 - and Anne Dixon (British, 1799 - England;

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Anna Atkins - was an English botanist and photographer, best known for her "cyanotype impressions", or cyanotype photograms. Atkins grew up under th

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