Prints With/Out Pressure: American Relief Prints From the 1940s Through the 1960s


Subject:
Art , Printing, Publishing, and Book Arts , History of Printing , Prints & Printmakers

Description:
This exhibit examines the relief print, which "refers to any print made from a raised printing surface, created when the non-printing areas of the block or plate are cut away below the surface. Examples of this technique include woodcut, wood engraving, and linoleum cut." Features essays on book illustration and prints clubs, a selection of images, and profiles of artists. From the New York Public Library (NYPL).

Publisher:
New York Public Library

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.nypl.org/research/chss/spe/art/print/exhibits/pressure/


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