Monotype/Monoprint: History and Techniques Kurt Wisneski

ISBN: 9780961261047

Published: April 1st 1995

Paperback

168 pages


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Monotype/Monoprint: History and Techniques  by  Kurt Wisneski

Monotype/Monoprint: History and Techniques by Kurt Wisneski
April 1st 1995 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 168 pages | ISBN: 9780961261047 | 10.41 Mb

This work represents more than a decade of research into these two methods of producing unique imagery. It places the contemporary scene in historical perspective with 41 black-and-white reproductions and 52 in full color. Artists represented includeMoreThis work represents more than a decade of research into these two methods of producing unique imagery. It places the contemporary scene in historical perspective with 41 black-and-white reproductions and 52 in full color. Artists represented include Rembrandt, Castiglione, Blake, Degas, Picasso, Georg Baselitz, and Christopher Brown.

It also presents the basic techniques and processes for creating monotypes, including recent methods of photocopy transfer and the watercolor monotype. Suitable for use as a college text, this book has been adopted in a number of classrooms.



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