“The Nature-Printed British Sea-Weeds” by Bradbury and Evans, published in 1859. These intricately detailed prints were created using the “nature-printed” process developed by the Austrian Alois Auer and perfected by Henry Bradbury. In this unique process a plant is pressed into a plate of soft lead, leaving an impression from which an electrotype is made.
Botanical Watercolor Print of Common Seaweeds Watercolor study of common seaweeds found along the coasts of North America. Labeled with common names. Includes Mermaids Hair, Dead Mans Fingers, Rockweed, Red Weed, and Sea Lettuce. Archival pigment based print - matted 8x10 Print | 11x14 White Mat Signed and dated. Packaged in acid free sleeve with backing.