The Art of the Print: Masterpieces, History, Techniques
Explores the development of the graphic arts from the earliest examples of true prints made in the Far East over a millennium ago to the latest experiments with new materials that have allowed the print to assume surprising three-dimensional forms.
Antecedents of the Print
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acid Albrecht Dürer applied aquatint areas Artist's Proof Associated American Artists Atelier 17 Boston Brooklyn Museum brush burin cardboard century clean coating collage collagraph Collection the author collograph Color lithograph Color woodcut COLORPLATE Courtesy Associated American Courtesy Pratt Courtesy the artist crayon created D.C. Rosenwald Collection dampened developed drawing drypoint Dürer early edition embossed etching Etching and aquatint Fogg Art Museum Gallery of Art glue grease ground Illustration inches intaglio print lacquer lines Lithograph master materials medium method mezzotint Modern Art monotype Museum of Art Museum of Modern National Gallery painting paper Paris Philadelphia Museum piece plastic Portrait Pratt Graphics Center Pratt Institute printer printmaking produced progressive proofs published pulled relief print roller rubbing screen serigraph sheet silk silkscreen soft stencil surface technique textures transparent tusche Ukiyo-e varnish washed Washington wiped wood blocks Wood engraving woodcut workshop zinc