Product (ML85) Original lithoprint Printed on 300 g. Velin d’Arches paper Size: 76 x 56 cm Monotopy* signed by the artist
Monotypy prints are considered unique prints in that they are not editioned in the same way that a lithograph or lino print would be produced. They are created in a similar way to a drawing on paper or an oil painting on paper. By using this technique an artist can work quickly and smoothly and unlike in drawing, is able to rework and erase areas simply by wiping the ink off the base Litho stone or polymer plate. A monotype refers to the production of a single unique print. The monotype can have som residue, traces from the production. That is normal for monotypes. The print has been taken out of the normal print run in the edition printing proces, and selected during the proces because of its special character. The production traces is considered as an integral part of the final work. As with Proofs they are particularly desirable among collectors due to their rarity, or their ability to provide valuable insight into the artist’s creative process.. The monotype can have som residue traces from the production. that is normal for monoprints. The print has been taken out of the normal print run in the edition printing proces , and selected during the proces because of its special beauty. The production traces is considered as an integral part of the final work.
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