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Relief Printmaking (Printmaking Handbooks)
by Ann Westley
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823045242, Paperback)There have been many exciting and imaginative developments in relief printmaking in recent years. This magnificent art now has a comprehensive technical guide that combines traditional styles with the up-to-the-minute techniques used by artists today.
In Relief Printmaking, master artist Ann Westley reveals the secrets of her techniques for combining printmaking with media such as painting, photography, and three-dimensional sculpture. Step by step, readers practice the basics of cutting, inking, and printing. They also explore a wide range of imaginative traditional and progressive approaches to printmaking, including the captivating crossover between Western methods and the latest Chinese and Japanese blockmaking techniques.
This unique guide also features fascinating personal stories from an array of international artists, whose works are beautifully illustrated here with over 100 resplendent color photographs.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:10 -0400)
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