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Spring Autochromes Coloring Pages

Unidentified photographer, [Flowers and flowers], ca. 1907 A PDF of the image can be found here. Unidentified photographer, [Flowers in a vase], ca. 1907 A PDF of the image can be found here. Unidentified photographer, [Flowers], ca. 1907 A PDF … Continue reading

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Spring Autochromes

Unidentified photographer, [Flowers], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Flowers], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Flowers and flowers], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Flowers], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Flowers], ca. 1907 Now it’s spring… Celebrating the start of spring with several autochromes, approximately 3 … Continue reading

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Still Alive

Unidentified photographer, [Still life], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Still life], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Still life], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Still life], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Still life], ca. 1907 Unidentified photographer, [Still life], ca. 1907 Autochromes, approximately 3 1/2 … Continue reading

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Still Alive

Carlotta Corpron, Nature Dancer (Chinese Cabbage), 1946 (50.1982) Rimma Gerlovina, Valeriy Gerlovin, Mark Berghash, Still-A-Life, 1988 (149.1989) Weegee, [(E.R.O.S.) Exposition inteRnatiOnale du Surréalisme, Paris], 1959-60 (16804.1993) (This post was created in June 2012.)

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The Camelia by Consuelo Kanaga

Consuelo Kanaga, The Camelia, 1927 (7.1982) This simple flower still life is of the camelia, which was designated as Alabama’s state flower in 1959. Consuelo Kanaga shows the white bloom having been cut with a single leaf and placed in … Continue reading

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