Identification of Prints
Date: 22 - 23 June 2015 (Provisional Date)
Tutor(s): Hildegard Homburger
Number of participants: 10
This two day course, to be held to be held in conjunction with CASS (the Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University), examines artistic print-making techniques and their methods of reproduction. The different techniques will be explained and discussed and original prints will be examined. Participants will learn how to identify the techniques used to make prints by recognising distinctive characteristics which can be seen both by the naked eye and under magnification.
Relief: woodcut, wood engraving, lino cut, metal relief etc., modern relief: letterpress, half-tone, relief etching etc.
Intaglio: engraving, mezzotint, dry point, etching, soft-ground etching, lift-ground etching, aquatint, photogravure, rotation intaglio
Planographic: lithography, chromolithography,photolithography, collotype, etc. Screen print and stencil
Digital: laser, inkjet, etc.