Anna Atkins. 1799 - 1871

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British Algae by Anna Atkins the first photographic work by a woman, and the first book produced entirely by photographic means; the blueprint process, the cyanotypes lend themselves beautifully to illustrate objects fround in the sea. Botanical Art, Botanical Illustration, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Textiles, Sun Prints, Nature Prints, Alternative Photography, Joan Mitchell

Eye Break: Anna Atkins

Quick! What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Britain? (No, it's not bad teeth, buggery, and booze. Those are wicked stereotypes. Shame.) It's algae. British Algae. Some of the finest in the world, I'll have you know. Britain's pride and joy. Especially when captured by...

Papaver rhoeas 1845 by Anna Atkins. Anna Atkins was an English botanist and known to be one of the first female photographers. She was known for collecting dried plants which were used as cyanotypes/photograms later in her work. Illustration Botanique, Illustration Art, Cyanotype Process, Sun Prints, Nature Prints, Framed Prints, Alternative Photography, Inspiration Art, Art Graphique

A Poem A Day from the George Hail Library ~ Selected by Maria Horvath

“Always be a poet, even in prose.” ~ Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867), French poet

Anna Atkins: The First Woman Photographer -History of Cyanotypes from Blueprints on Fabric Atkins, Bleu Cyan, Cyanotype Process, Sun Prints, Alternative Photography, History Of Photography, Photography Lessons, Beauty Photography, The Draw

History of Cyanotypes from Blueprints on Fabric

Blue Prints on Fabric. Cyanotype - A photographic print in white on a bright blue background made usually on paper or cloth sensitized with potassium ferricyanide and a ferric salt, developed after exposure by washing in plain water. Materials and information for creating fabric cyanotypes.

Stunning Cyanotypes of Sea Algae by the Self-Taught Victorian Botanist Anna Atkins, the First Woman Photographer and a Pioneer of Scientific Illustration Atkins, Anna, Monochrome Image, Ocean Flowers, Books Art, Cyanotype Process, Handwritten Text, Sun Prints, Craft Images

A&F Short but Sweet: Episode 01 Anna Atkins

Arts and Facts is a volunteer, student run, art history podcast and blog through Utah Valley University, supported by UVU's Action Learning Community.

Stills is a leading Australian gallery, based in Sydney, specialising in contemporary photography and new media art. Coraline Jones, Dragonfly Art, Experimental Photography, Cyanotype, Illustration, Contemporary Photography, Natural World, Shades Of Green, Ethereal

Anna Atkins

Anna Atkins' father was a respected scientist who had two minerals named after him. Anna Atkins first got involved in photography when her f...

Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Ferns; Anna Atkins (British, 1799 - and Anne Dixon (British, 1799 - Cyanotype; Sun Prints, Nature Prints, Illustration Botanique, Rhapsody In Blue, Getty Museum, Once Wed, History Of Photography, Blue Books, Atkins

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Nature Printed Plants: Anna Atkins - Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Ferns.

Anna Atkins lived a botanist credited as the first woman photographer and first person ever to publish a book illustrated with photographic images. Atkins, Photography Projects, Art Photography, Image Bleu, Cyanotype Process, Sun Prints, Alternative Photography, Illustrations, Botanical Prints

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anna atkins specimen of cyanotype - peacock 1845. cyanotype photogram. first published book of photographic images Photographe of British Algae.

“Spiraea aruncus (Tyrol),” ca. Anna Atkins/The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. New Initiative at the Met Makes Thousands of Digital Images Freely Accessible - Photo Journal - WSJ Sun Prints, Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Atkins, Anna, Cyanotype, Flowering Shrubs, Impressionism

Anna Atkins | Spiraea aruncus (Tyrol) | The Met

The artist; Anne Dixon; [...]; Sotheby's Belgravia, London, October 28, 1981; [Robert Hershkowitz, Sussex]; [Jeffrey Fraenkel, San Francisco, 1986]; [Hans P. Kraus, Jr., New York]; [...]; [Hans P. Kraus, Jr