Cyanotyping at the turn of the century

Selection of artists who have used cyanotyping at the turn of the 19th-20th century Henri RIVIÈRE French Artist (1864-1951) Painter-engraver, Henri Rivière developed an important corpus of lithographs and prints and made known in Europe the masters of Japanese engraving. His collection of [...]

Cyanotyping at the turn of the century2020-12-18T15:48:56+01:00

Mike Ware

Mike Ware English photographer and chemist  | (active) THE CYANOTYPE, BUT STILL... ARGYROTYPES, CHRYSOTYPES, CALLADIOTYPES, PLATINOTYPES? Little information about this chemist, photographer specialising in alternative prints. Mike Ware was born in 1939 in England and devotes part of his career to updating old [...]

Mike Ware2020-12-18T15:46:53+01:00

Anna Atkins

Anna Atkins English botanist, painter, engraver and photographer (1799-1871) Raised by a father who was a scientist, Anna Atkins was passionate about biology and illustrated various works by naturalists. She used engraving and watercolour before discovering the photographic techniques developed by John Herschel and [...]

Anna Atkins2020-12-18T15:45:48+01:00

John Herschel

Sir John Herschel English Scientist (1792-1871) In 1838, at the age of 46, John Herschel returned to England after 5 years in South Africa with his wife and children. He published the results of his research in astronomy. William and Caroline Herschel - his father [...]

John Herschel2020-12-18T15:47:39+01:00

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