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Exclusive- Rosie Emerson for The Club at the Ivy this February

This February the prestigious members' club The Club at the Ivy, London welcomes 'Aurora' - Rosie Emerson' series of new original cyanotype works.

Exclusive- Rosie Emerson for The Club at the Ivy this February

View Rosie Emerson’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Rosie Emerson.

Hydra , Cyanotype with silver leaf on Somerset Satin 300 gram paper bespoke circular white frame Artwork: 30” / 70 cm diameter

Hydra , Cyanotype with silver leaf on Somerset Satin 300 gram paper bespoke circular white frame Artwork: / 70 cm diameter

Globular Cluster, (after Williamina Fleming)  2015, Cyanotype, painted negative 40 x 25 inches

Your Body Is a Space That Sees: Artist Lia Halloran’s Stunning Cyanotype Tribute to Women in Astronomy

I like this piece because this artist didn't traditionally paint on borders with the chemicals.  Instead it compliments the imagery and creates a relationship between the two

Sitting nude, blue cyanotype

I like this piece because this artist didn't traditionally paint on borders with the chemicals. Instead it compliments the imagery and creates a relationship between the two

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(Blue print) Two chemicals: ammonium iron citrate and potassium ferrycyanide.

#Cyanotype #sunprint #blauwdruk

#Cyanotype #sunprint #blauwdruk

Swarm by Rosie Emerson

Swarm By Rosie Emerson: Category: Art Currency: GBP Price: Retail Price: Swarm' is a beautiful print from the incredibly…

Pósters, Láminas y print de Desenio.es

Sea foam circle, poster i gruppen Posters och prints / Naturmotiv hos Desenio AB

Barred Spiral (after Henrietta Leavitt)

The Glass Universe: How Harvard’s Unsung Women Astronomers Revolutionized Our Understanding of the Cosmos Decades Before Women Could Vote

"Your Body is a Space That Sees is series of cyanotype prints that sources historical imagery and narratives to trace contributions of women in astronomy since antiquity." By artist Lia Halloran,