Cyanotypes

Blue print photographs

 The Cyanotype, or blue print process, was invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842, thus making it one of the very earliest photographic processes. It was also relatively quick and simple and Herschel used it to make copies of notes. The best known early proponent of cyanotypes was Anna Atkins who did a series of leaf prints and also published books utilizing the process. However, it was relatively little used and early examples of cyanotypes are rare.



Cyanotype Of A Windmill #1

Cyanotype Of A Windmill #1

Cyanotype Of A Windmill #1  5 X 7 1/2 inches..

$150.00 Ex Tax: $150.00

Cyanotype Of A Windmill #2

Cyanotype Of A Windmill #2

Cyanotype Of A Windmill #2  4 1/2 X 7 3/8 inches..

$150.00 Ex Tax: $150.00

Cyanotype. Lady Wearing Fancy Blouse

Cyanotype. Lady Wearing Fancy Blouse

Cyanotype Lady Wearing Fancy Blouse 6 1/2 X 9 1/2 inches..

$100.00 Ex Tax: $100.00

Cyanotype. Naked Baby In A Wicker Seat

Cyanotype. Naked Baby In A Wicker Seat

Cyanotype Of A Naked Baby In A Wicker Seat5 X 7 inches..

$65.00 Ex Tax: $65.00

Cyanotype. Spanish American War Soldiers

Cyanotype. Spanish American War Soldiers

Cyanotype Spanish American War Native Soldiers 4 3/4 X 6 1/2 inches Possibly a copy..

$75.00 Ex Tax: $75.00

Cyanotype. Totem Poles

Cyanotype. Totem Poles

Cyanotype Totem Poles 2 1/8  X  3 1/4 inches. Light tones..

$45.00 Ex Tax: $45.00

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