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Art and Art History

WSU Printmaking Students in Action

Arthur C. Danto Printmaking Open House, Oct. 15, 2011 in WSU's James Pearson Duffy Department of Art & Art History. Event funded through a Wayne State University Research Enhancement Program (REP) for Arts and Humanities. Student printers at this event:  Josephine C. Hazen, Jennifer Belair and Nicole Richards. Image courtesy Ian B. Chapp.

Browse the Library's Shelves

Find books on printmaking at call numbers NE1-NE3002.

NE1-978

Printmaking & engraving

NE1000-1352

Wood engraving

NE1400-1879

Metal engraving

NE1940-2232.5

Etching & aquatint

NE2236-2240.6

Serigraphy

NE2242-2246

Monotype

NE2250-2570

Lithography

NE2685-2685.8

Lumiprints

NE2690

Engraving on glass

NE2800-2880

Printing of engravings

NE3000-3002

Copying art

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Printmaking in the News

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Web Resources

Printmaking Images

THE WSU VISUAL RESOURCES COLLECTION: PRINTS
There are over 23,000 examples of prints available in our in-house collection. 
Below is a link to all printmaking images in the collection. You can narrow your results by clicking on the various printing processes on the left of the results window.

Link here to see all printmaking results
Or limit your results by re-doing your search using one of the printmaking processes below.

INTAGLIO
etching, drypoint, aquatint, engraving, mezzotint, soft-ground, sugar lift aquatint, carborundum, photogravure
LITHOGRAPHY
lithograph, clich-verre, collograph, chine colle
SCREENPRINTING
serigraph, silkscreen, screenprinting
RELIEF PRINTING
woodcut, woodblock, wood engraving, linocut, linoleum cut
MONOTYPE
monoprint, monotype


ADDITIONAL PRINTMAKING IMAGES FROM MUSEUM AND OTHER COLLECTIONS

Printmaking Techniques

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Local Print Resources

Journals & Magazines

Artists and their Prints

Professional Associations