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Photo's of: Cyanotype photograms made by Atkins which was part of her 1843 book, British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions

Gigartina plicata.

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Cyanotypes of British Algae by Anna Atkins (1843) | The Public Domain Review

Anna Atkis was suspected to the the first one to actual produce a photograph, focusing on botanical photos.

Natalie Ratcliffe  Cyanotype

Natalie Ratcliffe is a surface pattern designer and printmaker who has recently completed a degree in Printed Textiles and Surface Pattern Design at Leeds College of Art.

Papaver Orientale - Poppy, from Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Flowering Plants and Ferns (1854) photographer, Anna Atkins

Papaver Orientale

museumuesum: “ ANNA ATKINS Papaver Orientale, Poppy, from Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Flowering Plants and Ferns, 1854 cyanotype photogram As a botanist and early photographer, Anna Atkins.

“Blue Boy #13, 2014” unique Cyanotype on vintage magazine page by Caleb Cole (courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas, Boston)

“Blue Boy unique Cyanotype on vintage magazine page by Caleb Cole (courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas, Boston)

She "received an unusually scientific education for a woman of her time."[9] Her detailed engravings of shells were used to illustrate her father's translation of Lamarck's Genera of Shells, which was published in 1823.  She was considered the first woman to create a photograph

Anna Atkins (Maiden name Anna Children) March 1799 – 9 June an English botanist and photographer. She is often considered the first person to publish a book illustrated with photographic images.

Les herbiers en cyanotypes d'Anna Atkins

Les herbiers en cyanotypes d'Anna Atkins

Anna Atkins - was an English botanist and photographer, best known for her "cyanotype impressions", or cyanotype photograms

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