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I am a Print based artist
working with processes such as Silk-Screen, Intaglio( Etching,Drypoint) Lithography and Photolithography. Please dont be afraid to leave feed back.
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21st October 2014

Photo reblogged from Woodcut Printing!! with 107 notes

iamjapanese:

Bror Julius Olsson NORDFELDT(American, 1878-1955)
The Skyrocket   1906   color woodcut on paper

iamjapanese:

Bror Julius Olsson NORDFELDT(American, 1878-1955)

The Skyrocket   1906   color woodcut on paper

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19th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Smith / Printmaking with 366 notes

kafkasapartment:

Building a Babylon, Tudor City, N.Y.C.(1929).  Martin Lewis. Drypoint on cream wove paper

kafkasapartment:

Building a Babylon, Tudor City, N.Y.C.(1929).  Martin Lewis. Drypoint on cream wove paper

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17th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Fortune telling nomad with 48 notes

kafkasapartment:

Fête Vénitienne sur la Seine (Venetian party on the Seine) c.1889. Auguste Louis Lepère. Etching

kafkasapartment:

Fête Vénitienne sur la Seine (Venetian party on the Seine) c.1889. Auguste Louis Lepère. Etching

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11th October 2014

Photo reblogged from B-sides with 335 notes

wetreesinart:

Anselm Kiefer (All. 1945- ), Winterwald, 2010,  oil, emulsion, acrylic, shellac, ash, torn bushes, synthetic teeth and snakeskin on canvas in glass and steel frames, 130 11/16 x 226 13/16 x 13 13/16”

wetreesinart:

Anselm Kiefer (All. 1945- ), Winterwald, 2010,  oil, emulsion, acrylic, shellac, ash, torn bushes, synthetic teeth and snakeskin on canvas in glass and steel frames, 130 11/16 x 226 13/16 x 13 13/16”

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8th October 2014

Photo reblogged from Prints & Process with 398 notes

cablestotheace:

MARTIN LEWIS. Relics (Speakeasy Corner). Drypoint, 1928. (11 7/8x9 7/8 in) Edition of 111.
The location of this scene is at the intersection of Charles Street and West Fourth Street in Greenwich Village. The location of the speakeasy alluded to in this Lewis title was on the ground floor of the building across the street in the upper left, a space that was later occupied by Camilla’s Village Garden restaurant. Kennedy Galleries changed the title to Relics, probably in an attempt to tone down the subject.  This was one of his most popular prints during his lifetime. He sold out the entire intended edition of 100 soon after its completion.

cablestotheace:

MARTIN LEWIS. Relics (Speakeasy Corner). Drypoint, 1928. (11 7/8x9 7/8 in) Edition of 111.

The location of this scene is at the intersection of Charles Street and West Fourth Street in Greenwich Village. The location of the speakeasy alluded to in this Lewis title was on the ground floor of the building across the street in the upper left, a space that was later occupied by Camilla’s Village Garden restaurant. Kennedy Galleries changed the title to Relics, probably in an attempt to tone down the subject.

This was one of his most popular prints during his lifetime. He sold out the entire intended edition of 100 soon after its completion.

7th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from a lack of color with 919 notes

red-lipstick:

Marcin Bialas (b. 1977, Zawiercie, Poland)   Traditional Intaglio Print 

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6th October 2014

Photoset reblogged from PrintEDhere with 184 notes

printstamps:

New woodcuts by Goedele Peeters

reduction woodcut and stencil on Zerkall paper
27.5 inch x 34.5 inch | 70 cm x 95 cm
water reflections (morning, afternoon and evening) of a courtyard inside a residence in Tripoli, Libya, the work created during recent artist residence sponsored by the Belgian Embassy in Tripoli.
I am excited that Antwerp-based artist Goedele Peeters will be visiting Stamps School of Art and Design as a Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist this coming fall 2014 semester. Goedele was a Roman J. Witt Artist-in-Residence  at Stamps School in 2009.  -Endi

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1st October 2014

Photoset reblogged from vain was here with 51 notes

art-and-things-of-beauty:

More coloured linocuts by Norbertine Bresslern-Roth (Austrian, 1891-1978

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24th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Woodcut Printing!! with 20 notes

heyursidae:

I swung by the undergrad show as well as the print show yesterday and took some pictures of the work I’ve got up. 

-Of Gods and Men, woodcut 2ftx4ft

-We Breached the Front Guard, woodcut 2ftx4ft

-Prince Charming, woodcut & chine colle 18x24” (?)

-Cable Knit, wood engraving 3x4”

I know I’ve posted these before, but it’s fun to see them finalized and in frames.

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23rd September 2014

Photo reblogged from Nicholas Brown with 29 notes

printeresting:

Yes! IMPACT 9.

Wish it was in the uk again!

printeresting:

Yes! IMPACT 9.

Wish it was in the uk again!

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