Relief Printing

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Relief Printing

A way to print paper in which the image is raised from the printing plate. This contrasts with gravure printing, in which the image is carved into the plate's surface.
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The 120 engravings and other relief prints on show have been selected from open submissions to illustrate fresh ideas as well as recognise traditional skills.
They were, and still are, etchings, original lithographs, relief prints and serigraphs.
The text is minimal, so the double-page, hand-colored relief prints tell the story.
Bar soap can be an inexpensive way to make relief prints.
Through the sale of relief prints, the foundation raised $2.
Author/teacher Teri Dexheimer Joyce finds that third grade "is an ideal age to introduce children to relief prints using polystyrene as a printing plate.
Third grade is an ideal age to introduce children to relief prints using polystyrene as a printing plate.
Relief prints are made by inking and printing the raised areas of the printing plate.