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Introduction To Paper Marbling

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Introduction To Paper Marbling

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Introduction To Paper Marbling

  1. 1. Paper Marbling.
  2. 2. Paper Marbling. A method of aqueous surface design, which produces patterns similar to smooth marble or other stone.
  3. 3. Paper Marbling. Patterns are created by floating colour on Water, or size, followed by transfer to an absorbent surface.
  4. 4. Paper Marbling. Patterns are created by floating colour on water, or size, followed by transfer to an absorbent surface.
  5. 5. Paper Marbling. Patterns are created by floating colour on water, or size, followed by transfer to an absorbent surface.
  6. 6. Paper Marbling. Patterns are created by floating colour on water, or size, followed by transfer to an absorbent surface.
  7. 7. Paper Marbling. Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  8. 8. Paper Marbling. ll . 1; ‘it ‘ ‘vi ll ‘ll. ’ "Ev? l‘A": :'. (!l H v~ "I W, J. _ 111u. f>‘-1‘-ES! ’ ’ N’ ‘ Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  9. 9. Paper Marbling. Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  10. 10. Paper Marbling. Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  11. 11. Paper Marbling. Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  12. 12. Paper Marbling. Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  13. 13. Paper Marbling. Widely applied to writing surfaces, book covers, endpapers. Each print is a unique monotype.
  14. 14. Paper Marbling. Several techniques— pigment applied to water with a brush and manipulated by ‘blowing’ or ‘fanning’.
  15. 15. Paper Marbling. Several techniques— pigment applied to water with a brush and manipulated by ‘blowing’ or ‘fanning’.
  16. 16. Several techniques— pigment applied to water with a brush and manipulated by ‘blowing’ or ‘fanning’.
  17. 17. Paper Marbling. Several techniques— pigment applied to water with a brush and manipulated by ‘blowing’ or ‘fanning’.
  18. 18. Paper Marbling. Suminagashi- ancient Japanese technique of decorating paper with inks. Colours are stirred to create concentric spiral designs.
  19. 19. Paper Marbling. Suminagashi— ancient Japanese technique of decorating paper with inks. Colours are stirred to create concentric spiral designs.
  20. 20. Paper Marbling. Suminagashi— ancient Japanese technique of decorating paper with inks. Colours are stirred to create concentric spiral designs.
  21. 21. Paper Marbling. Suminagashi— ancient Japanese technique of decorating paper with inks. Colours are stirred to create concentric spiral designs.
  22. 22. Paper Marbling. Ebru— traditional Islamic and Turkish painting art, and can be described as “painting on water”.
  23. 23. Paper Marbling. Ebru— traditional Islamic and Turkish painting art, and can be described as “painting on water”.
  24. 24. Paper Marbling. Ebru— traditional Islamic and Turkish painting art, and can be described as “painting on water”.
  25. 25. Paper Marbling. Turkish papermaking became advanced in the art of its decoration. Ebru papers used as backgrounds to important offlcial papers.
  26. 26. Paper Marbling. Used to prevent document alteration in the same way as the use of complicated designs on banknotes.
  27. 27. Paper Marbling. Prized by booklovers in Europe from 17th century— became known as Turkish papers.
  28. 28. Paper Marbling. Prized by booklovers in Europe from 17th century— became known as Turkish papers.
  29. 29. Paper Marbling. Prized by booklovers in Europe from 17th century— became known as Turkish papers.
  30. 30. Paper Marbling. European travelers took note of this art form and began importing marbled paper into Europe around 1600.
  31. 31. Europeans tried to reproduce the designs— each time the art of marbling captivated a new artist, and their works took on new appearances, tempered by cultural identity, availability of materials and creativity. Paper Marbling.
  32. 32. Paper Marbling. Kiezelmarmers pebble or stone marbles Getrokken Mar mers drawn marbles Kammarmers combed marbles Schaduwmarmers shadow marbles Fantasiemarmer fantasy marbles Combinatie—Marbers combination marbles Overmarmer over marbles Marbled paper styles may be roughly classified by technique-
  33. 33. Paper Marbling. About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types—
  34. 34. ,9 4 aper 9 Marbling. r~ ; . ‘ French Curl 1/0 :2 ‘+3 5 1 . *3 57 9 I I About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types—- , Modern 20th Century, French Curl on Wide—Comb pattern
  35. 35. Paper 3 Marbling. / ’ Dutch Pattern About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types— Dutch pattern
  36. 36. Paper . Marbling. Stone or Spot About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types— Stone or Spot pattern
  37. 37. " ’ aper J Marbling. ‘ Spanish Moiré I About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types—- , Spanish Moiré pattern
  38. 38. 4- Stormont I About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types—- Stormont pattern
  39. 39. -4 Paper ’ pf Marbling. "hitch 1-"‘3’. "~ About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types— Shell pattern
  40. 40. Paper Marbling. “Nonpareil” or Small—Combed About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types— “Nonpareil” or Small—Combed
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  42. 42. Paper % Marbling. About 90% technique and 10% control, marbling can yield many pattern types— Italian pattern
  43. 43. Paper Marbling. By the 19305 only a handful of professional marblers still active. The craft of paper marbling is Viewed as artisanal.
  44. 44. Artist—Marblers still produce beautiful papers and keep their trade secrets closely guarded—- marbling is affected by humidity, temperature, type of paper, quality of ink and paint, thickness of size, shaky hands and even dust particles! Paper Marbling.
  45. 45. Paper Marbling. The End

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