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  1. 1. Printmaking Roshni Patel
  2. 2. What is Printmaking? Printmaking is the art of repetition. It requires a master plate to create replicas of it’s design. The design, material, and the colors are all chosen by the artist and can be made from a variety of techniques.
  3. 3. History The first ever relief prints were stamps and cut seals and brands which were used to mark prisoners and animals. Clay tiles, wood, and metals, were the first molds or plates to paste images and symbols onto skin.
  4. 4. First Prints The first prints recorded, originated in China in 618 to 906 in the T’ang Dynasty. The printing was done with ink on carved wooden blocks, and then onto paper. This was called the Diamond Sutra.
  5. 5. Materials Some of the main materials that are used are linoleum, Styrofoam, metal, cardboard, and stone. However, materials vary for each technique. An example of Lithography on stone
  6. 6. What are the Techniques of Printmaking? Relief Printing Intaglio Lithography (Planography) Stencil (Serigraphy)
  7. 7. Relief Printing A design is carved into a block of wood or linoleum and colour is rolled over it by using a brayer. The resulting picture comes from the raised surface. The final image is reversed. Wood, linoleum, metal, and Styrofoam.
  8. 8. Relief: Historical Applications Textiles Decorations Playing cards Calendars Book Illustrations.
  9. 9. Famous Relief Artists Holbein the Younger Fred Hagen Vincent Van Gogh
  10. 10. Intaglio Printing Intaglio is the opposite of relief printing. The ink is pushed into the lines carved and it is wiped off the surface of the plate. The final image comes from the ink in the carved lines. The final image is reversed. Metal & Plexiglas
  11. 11. Intaglio: Historical ApplicationsHigh quality magazines Fabrics Wallpaper Postage Stamps Currency
  12. 12. Famous Intaglio Artists Pablo Picasso Albrecht Dürer Francisco Goya.
  13. 13. Lithography Printmaking The image is drawn on limestone, the slab is treated so that the parts that were drawn onto the slab attract ink and the rest don’t. It is then sent through a press. The resulting image is reversed but it is the same image as the one drawn on the slab. Materials: limestone, metal plate.
  14. 14. Lithography: Historical Applications To create a large amount of prints Newspapers Posters Magazines
  15. 15. Famous Lithography Artists Edvard Munch Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Eugene Delacroix
  16. 16. Screen- Printing Similar to stencil The ink pushed through a stretched screen netting. The final image is not reversed. Samuel Simon from Manchester, England invented it. Paper, fabric, plastic, met al and much more
  17. 17. Screen-Printing Historical Applications Screens Posters Cloth designs Patterns Signs Textiles Furniture.
  18. 18. Famous Screen-Printing Artists Andy Warhol Ben Shahn Robert Guathmey.
  19. 19. Picture Citations seated-woman-clasping-the-hand-of-a-native-1903.jpg
  20. 20. Bibliography Bellis, Mary. "Timeline of Printing." Inventors., 05 Mar. 2014. Web. 09 Apr. 2014. <http:// printing_3.htm>. "The History Of Printmaking." Gabriela Martinez. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Apr. 2014. <http:// printmaking/>. "Printmaking Processes." Printmaking Processes. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Apr. 2014. < print.htm>.