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Mojgan Habibi

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Printmaking by using itching and aquatint technique. Printmaking is the process of making artworks by artworks by printing, normally on paper. Etching and engraving are techniques for creating plates from which printmakers can create prints. Etching (using acid) and engraving were used to create decorative patterns on armour and metal. The etched lines were often then filled in to darken them. It is believed that knights falling on soft ground left impressions that inspired the first transfer of the images from metal to cloth or paper. The Aquatint technique was pioneered by printmaker Jan van de Velde in the 1600s in Amsterdam.The technique involves using acid to bite a fine network of lines around the grains of resin. The tiny little etched channels hold ink, that then prints as a veil of tone. The differing tones may be added to a printing plate that has already been worked engraved, etched or drypoint lines.

Mojgan Habibi Eating moment, 2017

£750.00
H 25 cm x W 20 cm x D 1 cm
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Aquatint
Original, Unframed
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Ships from: United Kingdom
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About Mojgan Habibi

About the artwork

Printmaking by using itching and aquatint technique. Printmaking is the process of making artworks by artworks by printing, normally on paper. Etching and engraving are techniques for creating plates from which printmakers can create prints. Etching (using acid) and engraving were used to create decorative patterns on armour and metal. The etched lines were often then filled in to darken them. It is believed that knights falling on soft ground left impressions that inspired the first transfer of the images from metal to cloth or paper. The Aquatint technique was pioneered by printmaker Jan van de Velde in the 1600s in Amsterdam.The technique involves using acid to bite a fine network of lines around the grains of resin. The tiny little etched channels hold ink, that then prints as a veil of tone. The differing tones may be added to a printing plate that has already been worked engraved, etched or drypoint lines.

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