Linocut - Wikipedia
Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of
linoleum is used for a relief surface. A design is cut into the linoleum surface with
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An alternative method of printing repeat patterns is block printing. There are three
main types of block printing: wood block, metal block, and linoleum block.
Aug 8, 2015 ... A History of Linocut Printmaking. Linoleum - the principal medium in linocut
printing - was invented as a floor covering in the late 1800s and ...
HISTORY OF LINOCUT. The linocut printing technique was first used by the
artists of Die Brücke in Germany from 1905-1913 where it had been similarly
Jun 6, 2008 ... Linocut. print. Written By: The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. Last Updated:
6-6-2008 See Article History. Alternative Title: linoleum cut.
Find out what lino printing is and what's involved in making linoprints in this step-
by-step ... The History of Linoleum, by Mary Bellis, About.com Guide to Inventors
Chic in implementation and rich in history, linocuts have long been a celebrated
... ink is spread evenly upon the linoleum, creating a surface ideal for printing.
History of relief printing from 500 BC to today by award-winning printmaker, ...
and Linocuts of the World: Contemporary woodcuts and linocuts from all over the
Sep 25, 2013 ... Since the invention of the printing press, artists have used it for a wide variety of
reasons—to experiment with new forms, to exploit its unique ...
Irish Printmaking has a relatively recent history, but is very active in Ireland today.
Inis Ink supports Irish Print by showcasing selective print artists. ... Linocut
involves a similar process to that of a woodcut with the exception that the image