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ARTS-120 Intro to Printmaking
Faculty:
  • Barnhart, Albert
  • This course is designed for beginning to advanced students who wish to experience traditional “hands on” printmaking methods and materials. The course is excellent for studio and art history majors. The basic printmaking techniques covered include; Intaglio, the favorite of Rembrandt, which covers etching and drypoint on copper and zinc, Lithography on stone, as Whistler and Picasso practiced, and Relief on linoleum and wood in the manner of Rockwell Kent and Hiroshege. Students will do assigned test prints in each technique and develop their own personal imagery using the method of their choice.
    Museum and Gallery visits are required.

    No prerequisite
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None
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