Lindsey Carr is a painter and budding printmaker whose work is heavily influenced by the Natural History artists and engravers of the 18th & 19th century. Primarily oriental or oriental inspired works.
She’s currently making a Natural History book which attempts to copy the same techniques used by these artists.
"Vilmiron" Dress and Hat Ensemble, spring/summer 1952
via The Met
Young woman holding helium-filled balloon
tintype with applied color
Image/Overall: 9.7 x 5.8 cm
'The Harvesters' (1565) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder ( circa.1525–1569 ).
Violet (Viola mirabilis). Plate from ‘La Flore et la Pomone Francais’ by M.Jaume Saint-Helaire. Published Paris 1828.
Missouri Botanical Garden
David Ryckaert: The Sleeper (c. 1649) detail
Girl with collection of dolls
color plate, screen (Autochrome) process
Image: 7.3 x 9.2 cm
Overall: 7.8 x 10 cm
Sarah Afonso, Auto-Retrato, 1927 on Flickr.
Click image for 618 x 750 size.
Self-portrait of Portuguese painter Sarah Afonso.
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida - The Waves at San Sebastian, 1915
Moonrise Fortress – fantasy landscape by Form Language, a Canadian art studio