Hard covered book titled PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES by Deli Sacilotto, First Printing, 1982, Watson-Guptill Publications, 213 pages, 8 color pages, over 150 black & white illustrations.
In this book, the author presents a complete guide to photographic techniques for etching, lithography, and screen printing. Beginning with a brief history of photographic printmaking techniques, the author goes on to provide a thorough explanation of the various procedures involved in the three basic forms of printmaking: etching, lithography, and screen printing. In each section photographs and drawings clarify the step by step explanations. Discussions of materials and equipment, as well as innovative techniques for each section, are included.
All the necessary chemical formulas are provided, and many tables and charts serve as ready reference for various printmaking processes and supplies and where the reader will be able to locate them. This is an easy to follow guide to all the intricacies of photographic printmaking techniques - an art form that has become the most popular and widely used medium of the fine arts today. Artists and photographers of all kinds will be interested in the techniques that can be learned from this book.
It is in VG condition, pages clean and intact, and the binding is tight. A must have for your library! Would make a marvelous gift. Don't miss this rare opportunity to own this hard to find book.
photographic printmaking techniques deli sacilotto rare book
- Product Code: e148
- Length: 11 inches
- Width: 9 inches
- Pages: 213
- ISBN: 9780823040063
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