Cyanotype limited edition print - "Gathering"
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Delivery Time 1 - 3 Business days
Part of a new collection of prints I have created using the cyanotype process. This process was discovered by John Herschel in the 1840s and is a way of creating "photographic" prints by hand. The prints are created by coating a surface with sensitiser and exposing to UV light for a period of time. The print is then washed in clear water and the image appears as if by magic! Once dry, the colour oxidises to the beautiful Prussian Blue which is characteristic of cyanotype prints. All of the prints in my collection are made from photographs I have taken during my daily walks on National Trust-owned Rayleigh Mount, very close to my home here in the UK. I hope you love them as much as I did, making them!
Size or Dimensions
Image size: approximately 13cm x 9cm (although each one varies slightly due to the handmade process)
Supplied in a window mount, ready to slot into a 10 x 8 inch frame (as shown)
- Handmade cyanotype print, created from my own photograph of an early honey bee gathering nectar from one of the explosion of croci - which, for a brief period, set the top of the Mount ablaze with colour :-)
- Part of a limited edition of 10 prints
- Print is made on slightly off-white 300gsm Fabriano Artistica paper
- Supplied in a sturdy, cream-coloured window mount, ready to slot into a standard 10 x 8 inch (approx 25cm x 20cm) frame
- Please note that due to the handmade process, each print differs slightly from the others, making each one a truly unique and original work of art
- Although cyanotype prints are archival, like all artworks, it is recommended that they are displayed away from direct sunlight
If your print is going to be a gift for someone, please message me and let me know :-)