Sitemap - 2022 - The Colour of Time with Marina Amaral

Thanks for an amazing year!

'Come up and see me'

Fanny Blankers-Koen shattered gender and age barriers at the Olympics

She went undercover in a women's mental asylum in 1887 for an exposé

Another work in progress

Some of history's most significant inventions and events occurred during Queen Elizabeth II's lifetime.

The beauty is in the details

Creating a book

My new book is coming out today!

The Little Rock Nine

Miss Shilling's Orifice

'The Tattooed Lady'

Pauline Cushman, the actress who became a Union spy

Aimée Crocker, queen of the wild frontier

Baseball All-Stars Teams, 1937

Book giveaway: A Woman's World

A Easter Sunday matinee in Chicago, Illinois, in 1941

Timelapse: African American boys on Easter morning, 1941.

What should and what shouldn't be colorized?

The Colour of Flight, by Marina Amaral & UNHCR

Josephine Baker, the entertainer who became a spy

Sojourner Truth delivered one of history's most powerful speeches on this day in 1851

Back in 5 #2

The man who volunteered to be sent to Auschwitz

Back in 5 #01

"A harlot? Yes, but a traitoress, never!"

What would you like to see here next?

Photo colorization: the very first step

Photographing ghosts

The day Agatha Christie disappeared

Leonardo da Vinci's CV letter

Nikola Tesla, 1899.

Letter from Ellis Island

“SOS Titanic. We are sinking fast."

Autism, late diagnosis, stereotypes, personal experience, and a cat playing the banjo

Colorization before the digital age

Bringing Roman town’s lost Edwardian navvies to life

Behind the process: "Did Abraham Lincoln really have gray eyes?"

The "Champagne King"

What would you like to know about my process?

GIVEAWAY: win a signed postcard!

Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, 1900s

WORK IN PROGRESS: Delaware Avenue, 1900s

Frida Kahlo: "I can now go to be chopped up in peace."

Here's a list of ridiculous "don’ts" for women riding bicycles in 1895

Country store in Gordonton, 1939 - and the research behind the colorization.

WWII, a flag, myself and social media: you can call it serendipity.


Women who made history - and that you've never heard of

The Terra Nova Expedition

Welcome to The Colour of Time

Even though you may not recognize her, you probably know who she is.

What is your favorite book written by a woman?

“I have frequently been questioned, especially by women, of how I could reconcile family life with a scientific career. Well, it has not been easy.”

This guy is not in a boy band.

“And they thought we couldn’t fight."

The first photo of an insurrectionary barricade

"Einstein, stop telling God what to do."

West Palm Beach, Florida, circa 1910.