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 born Cyanotype Proof of Sir John Herschel's Dream; cyanotype on deckled Artistico + Fabriano cream wove paper; sheet: × 43 cm × 16 in. History Of Photography, Art Photography, John Herschel, Cyanotype Process, Alternative Photography, Photo Class, Expo, Photo Projects, Blue Art

Photography's Blue Period Gets Its First Major Show in the US

In 1842, British scientist Sir John Herschel experimented with the effect of light on iron compounds, inventing a process to produce the blue-tinted prints we know as cyanotypes.

Portrait - Cyanotype - Woman with a harp. An experimental cyanotype of an engraving of a lady with a harp, by Sir John Herschel John Herschel, Cyanotype Process, Shell House, Light Writing, Photocollage, Red Art, Artistic Photography, Art Blog, Art History

Portrait - Cyanotype - Woman with a harp. An experimental cyanotype of an engraving of a lady with a harp, by Sir John Herschel (1792-1871), 1842.

John Herschel, Still in My Teens, 1838 and The Honourable Mrs. Leicester Stanhope, both cyanotypes made from an engraving. John Herschel, Cyanotype, Joseph, Leicester, Sky, Blue Skies, Photography, Painting, Alternative

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Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. The English scientist and astronomer Sir John Herschel discove. Art Nouveau, Belle Epoque, John Herschel, Vintage Landscape, Cyan Blue, Cyanotype, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Printing Process

23 Rare Cyanotype Photos Document Everyday Life of Sweden Before 1900

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. The English scientist and astronomer Sir John Herschel discovered the procedure in 1842, and engineers used the process well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints. The process uses two chemicals: ammonium iron(III) citrate and potassium ferricyanide. These vintage photos are cyanotypes that were taken by Carl Curman (1833–1913), a physician…

In British scientist Sir John Herschel experimented with the effect of light on iron compounds, inventing a process to produce the blue-tinted prints we know as cyanotypes. John Herschel, Collections Photography, Cyanotype, Period, This Is Us, How To Get, Disney Princess, British, Iron

Photography's Blue Period Gets Its First Major Show in the US

In 1842, British scientist Sir John Herschel experimented with the effect of light on iron compounds, inventing a process to produce the blue-tinted prints we know as cyanotypes.

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nardotinoniel: “ John Herschel View of the telescope at Slough,1839 ”