A complete home course in silk screen, describing all five of the most general and useful techniques. Step-by-step instructions plus chapters on multicolor silk-screening, color matching, and blending make it possible for anyone to produce fine, well-registered prints. 45 plates illustrate work by Ph... read more
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A complete home course in silk screen, describing all five of the most general and useful techniques. Step-by-step instructions plus chapters on multicolor silk-screening, color matching, and blending make it possible for anyone to produce fine, well-registered prints. 45 plates illustrate work by Philip Hicken, Harry Schokler, and others. 141 illustrations.
Reprint of Silk Screen Stenciling as a Fine Art, 1958.
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