Printmaking, a project of printmaking techniques, vocabulary and artists.
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PrintmakingBy: Alex Kiczales
An Art Presentation.
• Three Part Presentations.
• Part 1: Questions about what Printmaking is.
• Part 2: Vocabulary terms in Printmaking.
• Part 3: Artist That used Printmaking.
• What is Printmaking: Printmaking is a type of art that has been practiced all around the world. The physical act of printmaking involves the “artistic design and manufacture of prints as woodcuts or silkscreens”(Dictionary.com).
• What is Monotyping: Monotyping is a type of printmaking where the artist draws or paints on a material that doesn’t absorb liquids.
• What is Screenprinting: A type of print making where someone uses silkscreen to make a certain print.
• What is Planographic: A type of printmaking where there is a technique of printing from a flat surface directly or indirectly (offset).
• What is Collagraphy: Type of print making process where the materials are applied to a rigid material.
• What is Viscosity Printing: It is a printmaking technique that incorporates different color, and uses some of the same principles of relief printing an intaglio printing.
• What is a print: A piece of art that is produced by adding ink to a printing plate, blocks, or types. Then adding it to a material to be printed on directly or indirectly.
• Why is a print referred to as an “original” and not a copy: Because when making a print you need the original template that it was printed from making it a “original”. A copy would be if you took a photo and printed it out. Also each print will be a bit different.
• What is/are the difference/s between printmaking and monotyping: In printmaking the artist manufacture a template for all the prints that he is going to create. While in Monotyping the artist just freely decides what the print is going to look like.
• A print can also be referred to as a original.
• How are prints created: Prints are created by taking the template then adding ink or paint on it and then putting it on a material that it could be sold on (Paper, Wood).
• What are screens used for in printmaking: To print a image one color at a time. To print multiple colors, someone will have to use multiple screens. This is sometimes used to print T-Shirts.
• What are common materials used in creating screens: They are usually made of silk or synthetic fibers.
• What are Limited editions: Editions of prints that only a couple of prints ever created, normally the artist will later destroy the template.
• Why is the matrix usually destroyed in limited edition: By destroying the matrix, nobody will ever be able to print a original again. By doing this it will add more value to it.
• Matrix: A metal mold used to cast a type.
• Engraving: The art of forming designs by cutting, or corrosion.
• Linocuts: Cut made by cutting into linoleum on a piece of wood.
• Intaglio: A incised carving, instead of a relief carving.
• Aquatint: Is a type of etching made by, etching a microscopic crackle on the copper plate that you will print on.
• Registration: When you need to apply more than one coat of ink or another medium.
• Ukiyo-e: A style of painting and printmaking from Japan between the 17th and 19th centuries.
• Lithography: The process of producing something on a specially prepared stone.
• Ink: A fluid that is used for printmaking.
• Edition: A version of a certain printed material.
• Stencil: A device that is used to apply a pattern to a surface. In the device figures of letters have been cut out to add space to put a ink or paint.
• Drypoint: A type of engraving that is normally used on copper. Where a needle is used to make the engraving.
• Artist Proof: Is an impression of a print that is taken during the printmaking process.
• Shin-Hanga: Was a art movement in Japan during the early 20th century.
• Etching: An design made by carving out certain part of a materials such as wood or metal.
• Woodcuts: Carved block of wood, from which prints will be made.
• Relief: Printing process where protruding surface faces are inked for printing.
• Mezzotint: Method of engraving on a metal, where you scrape away a certain part of it.
• Monotype: A print that is made from a metal or glass plate with multiple colors.
• Banhua: Is a Chinese term for any printed objects, especially if they are made by woodblock printing.
• Sosaku-Hanga: An art movement in Japan during the early 20th century.
• List of artist: Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt van Jijn, Toulouse-Lautrec, Pablo Picasso, Hans Holbein, Francisco Goya, Roy Lichtenstein, Salvador Dali, Katsushika Hokusai, Felix Vallotton, Andy Warhol, Enrique Chagoya.
• Part of the Northern Rennaissance.
• German Painter.
• He was a German painter and printmaker.
Knight, Death and the Devil.(1513-1514)Engraving
Rembrant van Jijn
• Part of the Dutch Golden Age.
• Painter and Printmaker.
Jan Lutma.(1656)Etching and Drypoint.
(The Met.) (The Met.)
• Part of Post-Impressionism, and Art Nouveau.
• From France.
• Painter and Printmaker. Who is know for his painting of women.
May Belfort.(1895)Linograph in four colors (The Met.)
Linograph in four colors
Pablo Picasso• Part of Cubism, Picasso’s Rose period, Picasso’s African Period, Modern Art,
Picasso’s blue period, Analytic cubism, Synthetic Cubism.
• From Spain, but spent most of his life in France.
• The majority of his work was really abstract. Was know for his many different movements.
Figure Composee I.LithographMerritt
Master Works Fine Art.
• Northern Rennaissance.
• One of the best painter of portraits at that time.
The Rich Man.1538WoodcutBritish
Lover Surprised by Death.(1510)
• From the Romanticism period.
• Known for his painting of people.
• Modern art, Pop era.
• Known for his comics and became a leading figure in the new art era.
Foot Medication.(1963)PhotolithographMOMA. MOMA.
Temple.(1964)Photolithograph and offset printing
• Surrealism, Cubism, Modern Art, Dada
• From Spain.
• Known for his print and painting. Also appeared in a few movies.
Drawers of Memory.(1965)Salvador Dali Experts.com
The Lucky Number Dali(1965)Lithograph
• Part of the Ukiyo-e movement.
• From Japan.
• Known for his many pieces depicting oceans.
Under the Wave off Kanagawa(1830-1832)Polychrome woodblock printThe Met. The Met.
Poem By Kiyohara no Fukayabu. (1835) Polychrome woodblock print
• From the Les Nabis Period.
• From Switzerland.
• Help redevelop woodblock printing at that time.
The Swans.(1892)WoodcutMOMA. MOMA.
• Modern Art, Pop Art.
• Known for his really vibrant prints of pop art icons such as Marilyn Monroe.
Marilyn.(1967)Screenprint in colors on wove paper.
Reigning Queens: Queen Elizabeth II of the United
Screenprints in color
• Current Artist.
• Is a Mexican Artist.
• A lot of his work has to do with the changing nature of culture.
Life is a Dream, Then You Wake Up.(1995)Color Monotype on Bark
Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Elvis Meets the Virgin of Guadeloupe
• Vocabulary help from: "Dictionary.com." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 1 Apr. 2014. <http://dictionary.reference.com>. And "Main Page." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 4 Feb. 2014. Web. 2 Apr. 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/>.
• Photo’s from: Different websites the website of the photo is listed nearby.