Print made from a collage of various materials glued together on a cardboard, metal or hardboard plate.
a print made from a specially constructed plate that has been produced in a collage manner, resulting in high and low surfaces which hold ink differently during printing. lift ground: a plate-making technique in which a substance is applied directly onto a clean plate, with an acid-resistant ground applied over the top. the initial substance is "lifted" or washed out from beneath the ground, revealing an area of the plate that can be etched with acid. relief: printmaking technique in which the image is printed from a raised surface, usually by cutting away non-image area. includes lino cut, woodcut, relief collograph, relief etchings.
Print pulled from a surface that has been built up in the same manner as a collage.
A relief plate formed by adding materials like found objects or textured materials to a solid base such as cardboard, metal, masonite, or plastic.
(French "coller", to glue). A collage of materials built up with glue as a matrix from which an intaglio and/or relief print is taken.
a hand-made print that is generated off a printing plate that is a collage of various material
a print best described as a collage printmaking technique, where the image is composed of a variety of textured materials glued to a substrate (plate) and printed in either an intaglio or relief fashion
a print made from a collage of items glued to a sheet of cardboard, metal or similar flat material
a print made from layering pieces of cardboard in a collage
A contemporary intaglio process in which prints are pulled from a block on which the design that uses a build-up of applied sufaces, such as glue, mat board, cloth, sand, etc, built up like a collage creating a relief. The elements are adhered to a block to build up the areas that will print. The block is then inked by hand and then wiped so that the paper receives the ink from the depressions and printed on an intaglio press.
The term collagraph is derived from the French word 'coller' meaning to 'glue', and is the printed result of a variety of materials glued together on a base (usually made of metal or card). This is then inked up and printed.
A print that is usually both inked and textured, made by building up then inking a three-dimensional surface with a variety of materials
also called "heliotype", this is a photographic print method which prints continuous tone rather than screened dots. A rare speciality, it can produce a remarkably subtle image.
a print taken from a plate (usually cardboard or masonite) to which textured material, such as fabric, wire mesh, netting, string, paper, glue etc. has been applied to build it up. It is then sealed, inked and printed like intaglio plates.
A print made from a plate that is composed of other materials in a collage manner.
A contemporary intaglio process in which prints are pulled from a block on which the design has been built up like a collage. Various objects are adhered to the block to build up the areas that will print white. The block is inked and then wiped so that the paper receives the ink from the depressions.
Printing technique in which proofs are pulled from a block on which the artwork or design is built up like a collage, creating a relief.
An intaglio printing process that uses a printing plate that has elements collaged to it. A collograph plate may also be used to make embossed prints.
A work of art produced by the inking of any combination or collage of materials and / or objects which form the plate for printing.