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Complete Printmaker

Author : John Ross
ISBN : 1439135096
Genre : Art
File Size : 23.13 MB
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This revised and expanded edition takes the reader step by step through the history and techniques of over forty-five print-making methods. From the traditional etching, engraving, lithography, and relief print processes to today’s computer prints, Mylar lithography, copier prints, water-based screen printing, helio-reliefs, and monotypes, The Complete Printmaker covers various aspects of fine printmaking. The book also includes a survey of issues and contemporary concerns in the printmakers world.
Category: Art

The Complete Printmaker

Author : John Ross
ISBN : UCSD:31822003819539
Genre : Art
File Size : 85.90 MB
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Filled with practical, nuts-and-bolts information gleaned from the authors' 35 years of teaching and printmaking, this new edition is the most comprehensive and up-to-date guide to printmaking available. 600 black-and-white, 40 color photos.
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For The Love Of Letterpress

Author : Cathie Ruggie Saunders
ISBN : 9781350051263
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 20.81 MB
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Winner - American Graphic Design Award, Graphic Design USA Conveying the authors' love of the letterpress process and product, this book presents the technical, historical, aesthetic and practical information necessary for both students and instructors. The 2nd edition of For the Love of Letterpress includes an updated gallery of contemporary images of letterpress printing, as well as a new chapter of letterpress assignments from the United States, United Kingdom and Europe. Both additions attest to the dynamic and continued relevance of the media. The authors show how contemporary digital processes have expanded the boundaries of traditional letterpress. By writing with passion and experience, they indicate why a 15th century printing technology based upon crafting with one's hands, still has appeal and value to 21st century artists and designers. Whether incorporated into an academic curriculum or used for self-study, For the Love of Letterpress is a must for students who wish to learn letterpress and instructors seeking inspiration and reference.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Etching Engraving And Other Intaglio Printmaking Techniques

Author : Ruth Leaf
ISBN : 9780486139241
Genre : Art
File Size : 62.55 MB
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Comprehensive handbook covers materials and equipment, tools, printing papers, presses, and other essentials. Detailed instructions for etching, engraving, drypoint, collagraphs, tuilegraphs, and the Blake transfer method.
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Printmaking

Author : Bill Fick
ISBN : 1780671946
Genre : Art
File Size : 30.43 MB
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Printmaking is a practical and comprehensive guide to printmaking techniques. This fully updated edition includes expanded chapters on digital and mixed media processes, and a brand new 'Print & Make' chapter, which explores the opportunities for creative expression within the many processes available to print makers. The more traditional techniques of relief, intaglio, collograph, lithography, screen printing and monoprint have also been refreshed with the addition of new images showing a broader range of subject matter, including more contemporary prints and international artists. A new section on the traditions and techniques of Japanese woodblock printing completes the update. Each technique is explored from the development of the printing or digital matrix, through the different stages of creation to image output. Clear step-by-step illustrations, interviews with contemporary printmakers and a wide range of images showing the best of cutting-edge printmaking today offer an inspirational resource. Guidance on how to set up a print studio, sections on troubleshooting techniques and the inclusion of up-to-date lists of suppliers, workshops and galleries make this an essential volume for beginner and experienced printmakers alike.
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The Complete Collagraph

Author : Clare Romano
ISBN : UCSD:31822010576064
Genre : Art
File Size : 20.42 MB
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Offers guidelines for the care, pricing, and publishing of prints, and describes the history of and techniques for making collagraph prints
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The Complete Guide To Prints And Printmaking

Author : John Dawson
ISBN : UCSC:32106009587194
Genre : Art
File Size : 84.2 MB
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Surveys the historical development of printmaking, the care and restoration of prints, and the techniques for relief, intaglio, planographic, and screen process printing
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The Complete New Techniques In Printmaking

Author : John Ross
ISBN : UOM:39015015676367
Genre : Art
File Size : 28.69 MB
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Presents photographs of workshop procedures, diagrams, and reproductions of recognized masterprints
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Printmaking

Author : Erwin Schachner
ISBN : OCLC:748984428
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Printmaking

Author : Beth Grabowski
ISBN : 1856696006
Genre : Prints
File Size : 68.46 MB
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Printmaking is a comprehensive and up to date introduction to fundamental printmaking techniques including relief, intaglio, collagraph, lithography, screen print and monoprint. It shows how some of the latest and most experimental prints have been made using these techniques. It also shows how to use the computer as an image-making tool and how to translate digital images into tangible works of art. Each chapter has clear, step-by-step illustrations with extensive case studies, which help the student understand the technical aspects of each printmaking technique. Each chapter profiles a leading contemporary printmaker, with an interview and examples of their work. The appendices include many useful troubleshooting charts, indicating the problems that are likely to arise with different techniques, and what can be done to solve them. There is also a useful glossary of technical terms.
Category: Prints

The Complete Masters Of The Poster

Author : Stanley Appelbaum
ISBN : 9780486134581
Genre : Design
File Size : 49.59 MB
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Most famous compilation of art from the great age of the poster features full-color, large-format illustrations by nearly 100 artists: Chéret, Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Mucha, Beardsley, Parrish, Penfield, Steinlen, and many others. Extensive documentation.
Category: Design

Intaglio Simultaneous Color Printmaking

Author : N. Krishna Reddy
ISBN : 9781438417042
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 20.47 MB
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Here is a straightforward, comprehensive reference on the art of color printmaking created by Krishna Reddy, one of the world’s greatest and most innovative printmakers. This book doesn’t expect the reader to know a lot, but at the same time, it doesn’t omit any technical detail. There are complete formulas, lists of materials and equipment, and step-by-step instructions documented by photos. An outstanding innovator and experimenter, Krishna Reddy sees the plate as a sculpted surface, and intaglio printing as a three-dimensional process. Reddy creates a philosophy for working the image. By varying ink viscosity and roller density, he has achieved colors of extraordinary complexity on the plate. Reddy’s discovery of the principle of color viscosity has greatly simplified technical processes while at the same time increasing the expressiveness and intensity of the image. This book demonstrates the intimate connection of the artist with his materials. Krishna Reddy’s artistic genius brought him universal acclaim: fifty one-man exhibitions have been mounted not only in the U.S. and Europe, but also in Montreal, Bombay, Melbourne, New Delhi, Buenos Aires, Tokyo, and Beijing. He serves on numerous award juries, ranging from the Society of American Graphic Artists to the Lalit Kala Akademi of India. But it is not his artistic prowess alone that uniquely qualified Krishna Reddy to write a book on printmaking. He is also a consummate teacher: “He can initiate people to an entirely different field of expression,” observes a collaborator at Paris’ famed Atelier 17, which Reddy directed for more than 10 years. Today he directs the Graphics Program at New York University.
Category: Social Science

Prints And Printmaking

Author : Antony Griffiths
ISBN : 0520207149
Genre : Art
File Size : 75.38 MB
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Introductory text that touches on the basics of various printmaking techniques and briefly describes the history of each.
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The Printmaking Bible

Author : Ann d'Arcy Hughes
ISBN : 0811862283
Genre : Art
File Size : 41.53 MB
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Perennially popular, printmaking is enjoying a contemporary resurgencebut no comprehensive up-to-date manual on the subject exists. At over 400 pages and packed with 1,000 full-color photos and illustrations, The Printmaking Bible is the definitive resource to the ins-and-outs of every variety of serious printmaking technique practiced today.In-depth instructions are accompanied by profiles that show how working artists create their prints. Historical information, troubleshooting tips, and an extensive resource section provide more invaluable tools. Perfect for students, artists, print aficionados, and collectors, this is truly the ultimate volume for anyone involved in this creative and influential art form.
Category: Art

Relief Printmaking

Author : Colin Walklin
ISBN : 1861260717
Genre : Art
File Size : 86.15 MB
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This is a step-by-step guide to a broad range of printing methods. Drawing skills and artistic training are not essential, and further techniques are described in detail such as paper blocks; linocuts and wood engravings; printing with or without a press; and advice on inks, papers, and equipment available to the modem printer. A selection of projects help to introduce the various methods available to the printer.
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The Art Of The Printmaker

Author : Roger Baynton-Williams
ISBN : 9781408112663
Genre : Art
File Size : 48.7 MB
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A fascinating history of art printing in the era when printing was done mainly by hand, with unique and beautiful results.
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Printmaking Revolution

Author : Dwight Pogue
ISBN : 9780823008131
Genre : Art
File Size : 45.39 MB
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A tome of the newest advances in printmaking for today’s environmentally conscious art students, master printers, teachers, and artists Etching, lithography, and screenprinting shouldn’t be harmful to the artist or the planet. With cutting edge, never-before-published advances in printmaking media, Printmaking Revolution provides artists, students, and teachers alike with safer, environmentally friendly and non-carcinogenic methods for creating beautiful prints. Inside, teacher and professional artist, Dwight Pogue offers groundbreaking information on embracing green, petroleum-free, nontoxic materials that comply with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements. With new alternatives for the modern era, and work by some of today’s most notable artists, including Janet Fish, James Rosenquist Walton Ford, and Louisa Chase, this book truly revolutionizes the techniques, materials, and processes of a time-honored medium.
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