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Re: [BKARTS] monotype question



This is technically true, but the second print will be quite different from
the first.  It should, of course, be labeled "Second Impression."  A local
book artist here called his second impressions "ghost prints," or something
like that, and cleverly cut them and the first, more colorful impressions,
in half vertically and patched them together in his book.  They were
portraits to accompany a poetic text, and were quite effective.

Signa

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Martin Hunt
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 10:55 AM
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Subject: Re: 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.=20

Bye
Martin



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