Rosalind Franklin Collection

Scientist Rosalind Franklin made the first clear X-Ray image of the structure of DNA while working at King’s College in London in 1952. In the Rosalind Franklin Collection we celebrate this. Franklin’s photo Photo 51 led to the discovery of the double helix by James Watson and Francis Crick. Photo 51 proved to be a driving force behind one of the greatest discoveries in the history of science, and has been interpreted into this contemporary art prints series by Wyllie O Hagan. Franklin wrote: “In my view, all that is necessary for faith is the belief that by doing our best we shall succeed in our aims: the improvement of mankind.” Rosalind Franklin died at the age of 37 from ovarian cancer.

Due the advance in Giclee print technology, we are now able to offer prints via an established specialist UK print house at a very competitive price. We can offer the highest quality archival safe light fast inks on the best quality 310gsm paper. In the Rosalind Franklin Collection there are some original Limited Edition, woodcuts, screen prints, and low relief and unique artworks for sale, prices on application.

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