Original Cyanotype Prints - A4 size


New small  original botanical cyanotypes by Dutch artist Roos Brancovitch.  Cyanotype is a photographic process that dates back to the 19th century where the paper or fabric is covered with light sensitive emulsion. The prints are made by setting objects or plants on top of the coated surface and exposing them to light. The areas covered by the objects remain white while exposed areas turn deep blue as they dry. Roos spends a long time doing elaborate compositions which she then turns into negatives and reproduce on paper or fabric.   

Dimensions: 8.25"x 11.75" 

Prints come unframed with an envelope.

Care: Blue prints are relatively color fast but you should avoid direct sunlight.  Should the color fade a bit in the light, store it in a dark room for a little while to restore the original blue color. 



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