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Woodcut

A block of wood with a letter or image cut into it. Woodcuts were used as an early way to print materials in large quantities. They developed in Asia.
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Sometimes the woodcuts mention the location of the engravers, e.
Thus, Walker features not only the previously mentioned text, but also a written addendum, providing context and additional insight into the woodcuts.
The printers include Gerard Leeu, Arend de Keyser, Jacob Bellaert, Colard Mansion, Richard Pafraet, and Johan Veldener, whose books and woodcuts (and in the case of Veldener, types) were influential or indirectly influential on English and French printing.
Modern Prints also formed a relationship with one Japanese woodcut group, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (White and Black) Society, probably through personal connections of the editor Hua Li who studied woodcuts in Tokyo in the early 1930s.
Bea Gold is a painter, woodcut artist, avid gardener, community activist, early childhood specialist, mother of four children, grandmother of five and great-grandmother of one.
THE woodcuts were sold at the Sotheby's London Sale of Old Master, Modern & Contemporary Prints on Wednesday for pounds 361,250.
Beginning by locating Bloomsbury interest in woodcuts in the contemporary context of Post-Impressionism, Harvey interprets Fry's aesthetics of illustration to provide a theoretical context for balancing semantic, visual, and physical elements.
These essays cover both secular as well as religious woodcuts but it's the latter's story which arrests.
An Alan Figgs woodcut of West Wales Sheila Clarke takes almost unnoticed moments of life - a car wash or kids in the snow - and lifts them into something special in her reduction woodcuts.
The newest title in this series was released in May, by Toronto woodcut artist Megan Speers.
ISLAMABAD, June 10 -- A three-day workshop on woodcut printmaking for students and art lovers started Wednesday at National Art Gallery (NAG) under the supervision of eminent Lahore-based printmaker and painter Mehboob Ali.
Over 100 paintings, watercolors, drawings, and woodcuts will be on display, along with more than 75 projects from Bianchini-Ferier's archives.