Making linoleum cuts; cutting and printing blocks in the home, school, and studio.


New York, Stephen Daye Press [1947] .

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Subjects Linoleum block-printing.
Description 126 pages illustrations (some color) 29 cm
Copyright Date [1947]
©1947
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 126).
Contents Making linoleum cuts -- Block printing in the home, school, and studio -- Materials needed -- Designing the blockprint -- Psychological effects of design -- Preparing the block -- Transferring the drawing to the block -- Cutting the block -- Inking the block -- Printing the block -- Multicolor block printing -- Block printing textiles -- A brief history of block printing -- Block printing in the past -- The blockbook -- The European woodcut matures: Dürer, Holbein -- The chiaroscuro print -- The Ukiyo-e School develops the Japanese color print -- Bewick and the growing importance of craftsmanship -- The chapbook -- Influence of Blake and the Japanese on nineteenth-century wood engravers -- Block print today -- Gauguin and the modern woodcut.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1357440
(OCoLC)ocm01357440
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WorldCat Identities Greenburg, Samuel.
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