Salt print of a single Tulip - from a set off 3 originals.
Print is hung mounted on a sheet of off white card.
Salt Printing is a process that was first developed by chemist William Henry Fox Talbot in 1830's who created his images with a film negative, chemicals and sunlight.
Today the practice is known as an Alternative Printing Process where prints are handmade giving each their unique tone and character.
Treated art paper, sea salt, various smelly chemicals and good old sunlight.