Artist beware

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 1979 - Art - 378 pages
Part 1 covers general hazards and precautions in working with art and crafts materials, including studio safety and ventilation. Part 2 explains hazards and precautions in painting, printmaking, ceramics, glassblowing, enameling, sculpture, metalworking, photography, photoprocesses, and crafts, plus special precautions for children.

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There were some good tips on preventing disease from art materials. But a lot of them were common sense. And the book was hard to understand at times. Read full review


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