About this listing
Cyanotype is the earliest form of photography dating from 1842 and creates a dynamic silhouetted image. I utilise this printing technique is a more experimental form, using it in conjunction with droplets of water and ink, which makes every print unique. I have kept a lot of the background 'noise' and splashes of Cyanotype chemicals as it brings movement and depth to the image.
The iconic silhouette of Queen Elizabeth created by Arnold Machin in 1965, has been used as inspiration for a new interpretation of this renown image in the year of Her platinum Jubilee. Painted and then flowers layered to create this striking new print. It is on 350 gsm acid free water colour paper with Cyanotype chemicals and inks. The print is signed and year dated on the front. You will note I have provided a room setting image, which is as close to scale as possible but not actual scale. If you have any questions about this print or my work in general, please do get in touch via the 'Contact link' and I will be happy to answer.
The print will be sent backed with card and in a cellophane wrap. UK delivery will be by Royal Mail 1st Class signed for. International items are sent Royal Mail Tracked. If you are ordering from outside the UK or America please be aware that you may be liable to local duty and/or tax, the responsibility of these costs lies with the buyer.
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