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Re: [BKARTS] monotype question



Hi
If you make more than one, its not a monotype anymore, its an editioned
print. As far as I can tell, one woodcut, say, could make many different
editions and monotypes.

Bye
Martin



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> Subject: monotype question
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> hello,
> I have recently started experimenting with monotype printing
> and I was wondering if it is acceptable to print more than
> one of the same image using the same colors and design? Also,
> can anyone recommend a book (s) that covers this subject in
> depth? I don't know if this question is for this list, but I
> am hoping that members with printmaking experience can give
> me some help. Thank you. Maria Pisano
>
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