serigraph

NOUN
  1. a print made using a stencil process in which an image or design is superimposed on a very fine mesh screen and printing ink is squeegeed onto the printing surface through the area of the screen that is not covered by the stencil
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  • Also on display will be oils, watercolors, serigraphs and books, including the new release, ‘Three Oaks,’ one of Earle's favorites.
  • As a final touch, the serigraphs were accented with 24 - karat gold.
  • The quality of prints produced, only original serigraphs or lithographs, stands out in the industry to provide collectors with true works of art.
  • Burr's black-and-white serigraphs and oil paintings of tap, swing and formal dance are popular.
  • Many of Erte's original works, including gouaches, serigraphs, bronze sculptures, jewelry and objects d' art were presented, and the ‘Theatre’ room contained furniture crafted from his designs.
  • The company will offer flue-art multiple works, including serigraphs, etchings, hand-pulled lithographs and foundry bronzes, as well as original works on canvas and paper.
  • Original serigraphs published by Fortune are created by hand and require three to five months to produce under the direction of skilled artists and artisans.
  • Its primary goal is to educate collectors and the general public about effort-intensive, hands-on printmaking techniques, such as intaglio, relief, stone lithography, serigraphy and monotype.
  • The Brazilian neo-pop wall decorator, painter, serigrapher, and sculptor combines stereotyped elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti painting in his work. undefined
  • The quality of prints produced, only original serigraphs or lithographs, stands out in the industry to provide collectors with true works of art.
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