A buyer's guide to prints

by Helen Rosslyn | 26 September 2018
Category: Painting & Drawing
For the prospective buyer, the world of printmaking can be overwhelming. Intaglio, lithography, aquatint, sugarlift... even the language of printmaking has the potential to confuse. Helen Rosslyn, a prints and drawings specialist and Director of the London Original Print Fair, provides her expert insider advice in this straight-talking guide. She explains the techniques used by today's printmakers, accompanied by a brief history of printmaking. A comprehensive glossary elucidates printmaking terms, including the newer language of digital printmaking. Rosslyn answers the commonly asked questions to help the reader navigate this often mysterious world. There are tips and expert advice from artists, print dealers, paper conservators, picture framers and art handlers, alongside reproductions of some of the finest prints from the collection of the Royal Academy of Arts, making this book the perfect companion for anyone interested in buying or collecting prints, whether old master or contemporary. A Buyer's Guide to Prints is published in association with the London Original Print Fair, held each year at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.
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For the prospective buyer, the world of printmaking can be overwhelming. Intaglio, lithography, aquatint, sugarlift... even the language of printmaking has the potential to confuse. Helen Rosslyn, a prints and drawings specialist and Director of the London Original Print Fair, provides her expert insider advice in this straight-talking guide. She explains the techniques used by today's printmakers, accompanied by a brief history of printmaking. A comprehensive glossary elucidates printmaking terms, including the newer language of digital printmaking. Rosslyn answers the commonly asked questions to help the reader navigate this often mysterious world. There are tips and expert advice from artists, print dealers, paper conservators, picture framers and art handlers, alongside reproductions of some of the finest prints from the collection of the Royal Academy of Arts, making this book the perfect companion for anyone interested in buying or collecting prints, whether old master or contemporary. A Buyer's Guide to Prints is published in association with the London Original Print Fair, held each year at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.
Currently out of stock
Orders will not be processed until after the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are lifted
Eligible for free delivery
41 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

€13.93
Currently out of stock
Orders will not be processed until after the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are lifted
Eligible for free delivery
41 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

Product Description

For the prospective buyer, the world of printmaking can be overwhelming. Intaglio, lithography, aquatint, sugarlift... even the language of printmaking has the potential to confuse. Helen Rosslyn, a prints and drawings specialist and Director of the London Original Print Fair, provides her expert insider advice in this straight-talking guide. She explains the techniques used by today's printmakers, accompanied by a brief history of printmaking. A comprehensive glossary elucidates printmaking terms, including the newer language of digital printmaking. Rosslyn answers the commonly asked questions to help the reader navigate this often mysterious world. There are tips and expert advice from artists, print dealers, paper conservators, picture framers and art handlers, alongside reproductions of some of the finest prints from the collection of the Royal Academy of Arts, making this book the perfect companion for anyone interested in buying or collecting prints, whether old master or contemporary. A Buyer's Guide to Prints is published in association with the London Original Print Fair, held each year at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Product Details

A buyer's guide to prints

ISBN9781912520084

Format

PublisherROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS (26 September. 2018)

No. of Pages80

Weight292

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 170 x 11