Created 17-Oct-21
6 photos

A set of photographs printed using the old cyanotype process invented in 1842 by Sir John Herschel. This process gave the name to blueprints because of its signature cyan blue color.

If you are interested in prints from this gallery, please, contact me. These do not go through a lab but I hand-print them myself. They are all available as 5" x 7" prints on watercolor paper.
Steel sculpture of a bison in front of an old double-decker bus and a grain elevator for the background. An original hand-made 5" x 7" cyanotype print from Buffalo, NY.Edward M Cotter's solo at Buffalo's Canalside. An original hand-made 5" x 7" cyanotype print from Buffalo, NY.An old house by a train station. An original hand-made 5" x 7" cyanotype print from Eureka Springs, Arkansas.Buffalo Main Light Cyanotype, An original hand-made 5" x 7" cyanotype print from Buffalo, New York.House of Memories Cyanotype, An original hand-made 5" x 7" cyanotype print from the Czech Republic.Highland Hay Bales Cyanotype, An original hand-made 5" x 7" cyanotype print from the Czech Republic.

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Category:Artistic
Subcategory:Black & White
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Keywords:#etbtsy, blue, blueprint, cyan, cyanotype, hand-made, historic, monochrome, process, watercolor