Traditional Techniques in Contemporary Chinese Printmaking
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128pp. April 2005
Traditional Techniques in Contemporary Chinese Printmaking
Author: Barker, David;
China was one of the first civilizations to engage in printmaking. Ink, paper, printing from cut wooden blocks and moveable type were all invented in China. This unique book provides both a helpful introduction to the history and traditions of printmaking in China and a comprehensive guide to traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques, including detailed and illustrated sections on different techniques (single color, watercolor, poster color, stencil, and dabbed printing).

221 illus,131 in color

For sale only in the U.S., its dependencies, Canada, and Mexico

“Scholars of Chinese woodblock printing technology, art history, and the history of the book will be grateful to David Barker for the precise and expert descriptions of Chinese printmaking techniques he provides.” —China Review International (13:2, Fall 2006)
Author: Barker, David;
David Barker is reader in printmaking at the University of Ulster and an honorary professor in both the Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts and the China National Academy.



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