Anna Atkins

<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Dictyota dichotoma</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Alaria esculenta</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Callithamnion plumula</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Cystoseira fibrosa</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Sargassum plumosum</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Chylocladia kaliformis</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Rhodomenia palmata</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Chordaria flagelliformis</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Himanthalia lorea</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Puctaria latifolia</i>, 1843-1853.</p>
<p><b>Anna Atkins</b>, <i>Asplenium Braziliense, S. America</i>, 1854.</i></p>
English
1799 , d. 1871

Botanist, friend of both William Henry Fox Talbot and John Herschel, the first female photographer along with Talbot's wife Constance; used Herschel's cyanotype process to make photograms of botanical samples, published first book to contain photographic images.

Anna Atkins - remember she was a bot-anna-ist.


time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

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