Photogram by Andreas Feininger - Dragonfly Wing, 1937. Andreas Feininger (cityscapes, archictectural, landscape and nature photography, portraits, and photojournalism) is remembered as one of the most significant artists in the history of photography. His images, which capture in minute detail insects, flowers, mussels, wood, and stone, bestow an almost sculptural character upon natural forms.

Pencil Portrait Mastery - design-is-fine: Andreas Feininger, Dragon fly wing (photogram), 1937 Dragonfly Wing (photogram), 1937 - Discover The Secrets Of Drawing Realistic Pencil Portraits

Robert Rauschenberg - Untitled (Sue), 1950, exposed blueprint paper

Robert Rauschenberg Untitled (Sue), 1950 Exposed blueprint paper x cm Collection of Susan Weil

Lynnette Miller. Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower placed on the end paper of an old book.

Lynnette Miller "Cyanotype from a photograph of a dried flower placed on the end paper of an old book. I printed the negative version of the photo onto acetate and used that to make the cyanotype.

Beautiful combination of small Cyanotypes. Love this!

Glithero blueware tiles - created by a process that captures direct impressions of actual botanical specimens on ceramics using light and photo sensitive chemicals

Georgina Pearson. lime slice: cut thinly, placed onto acetate and print made using darkroom enlarger

lime slice: cut thinly, placed onto acetate and print made using darkroom enlarger

Young woman sitting (Florence Peterson) - Cyanotype

The Woman in Blue by Paul Burty Haviland June 1880 – 21 December who was an early French-American century photographer, writer and arts critic who was closely associated with Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession.

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