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Definition of the noun monoprint

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  1. A form of printing on paper from a glass sheet to which oil paint has been applied; monotype.


monoprint is a visual art medium.

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Google preview101 More Mixed Media Techniques (2016)

An exploration of the versatile world of mixed media art by Cherril Doty, Marsh Scott, Heather Greenwood

A monoprint is a single impression of an image made from a re-printable plate. • Water This plate will have some sort of permanent • Freezer paper or other protective marks that repeat each time a print is pulled. Re-using the plate can create ...

Google previewSimple Screenprinting (2004)

Basic Techniques & Creative Projects by Annie Stromquist

A monoprint is a lot of fun. This form of direct stencil produces one print, as the name implies, but can also produce a series of unique prints. Draw heavily on a clean screen with a watercolor crayon. Set up for printing. Use a squeegee to back ...

Google previewThe Painterly Print (1980)

Monotypes from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century ; [exhibition] The Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 1-June 29, 1980, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, July 29-September 28, 1981 by Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The monoprint is a unique impression or variant of an image that could exist in an edition. In the monotype, only the cognate can be said to bear a resemblance to the original impression. But because it is printed from the fragile residue of the ...

Google previewTeaching Illustration (2013)

Course Offerings and Class Projects from the Leading Graduate and Undergraduate Programs by Marshall Arisman, Steven Heller

Mono means one,and unlike other printmaking processes, you onlyget oneimage froma monoprint. Itis basically apainting on paper. Monoprint is a painting, applied toapiece of plexiglass with printing inks, and then run ...

Google previewSilk Painting (1993)

New Ideas and Textures by Jill Kennedy, Jane Varrall

MONOPRINTING A monoprint is a one-off design which cannot be repeated. You will need a sheet of glass, the size of which will determine the size of your print. Brush, sponge or roll a layer of thickened dye on to the glass. Then, using your ...

Google previewDrawing and Painting Insects (2013)

by Andrew Tyzack

Monoprint is an instinctive, painterly or graphic medium that is very open to personal interpretation and is very useful for experimentation with imagery, but unfortunately impossible to 'edition', ie. produce a number of prints from the one plate.

Google previewHomemade (2011)

The Heart and Science of Handcrafts by Carol Endler Sterbenz, Harry Bates

**Adult activity Monoprinting with Paint A monoprint is a single print made by smoothing a sheet ofpaper over a painted surface while the paint is still wet. The paper picks up the wet paint in a reverse image. Only one truly clear print can be ...

Google previewCreating Decorative Paper (2011)

by Paula Guhin

A monoprint is a one-of-a-kind print (essentially a printed painting). Apply an even, thin-to-medium coat of tube acrylic paint or printing ink to a glass pane. (If, when you print it, the color spreads too much, you'll know you used too much paint.) ...

Google previewChildren are Artists (1953)

An Introduction to Children's Art for Teachers and Parents by Daniel Marcus Mendelowitz

Monoprint is an excellent medium for introducing a young person to the print processes. Serigraphy (Silk-Screen Printing).— For decorating purposes, making posters, and print making this is a very good medium. Serigraphy is particularly well ...

Google previewDigital Collage and Painting (2012)

Using Photoshop and Painter to Create Fine Art by Susan Ruddick Bloom

Monoprint is a term used to describe an image that is only made once. Overprinting. and. Collaging. For our uses in the digital print arena, we can make a drawing on a piece of paper and then feed that drawing through our printer, applying a ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Asian American Artists (2007)

by Kara Kelley Hallmark

monoprint with etching and embossment, 37" x 29". Courtesy of ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Collegiate Encyclopedia (2000)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

monoprint See -monotype monopsony \m3-'nap-s3-ne\ In economic theory, market situation in which there is only one buyer. An example of pure monopsony is a firm that is the only buyer of labor in an isolated town, such ...

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