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  1. WOODBLOCKMISS NOBLEMANMISS CAPONE PRINTMAKING AND PHOTOGRAPHY

  2. Wood cut /Wood block • Woodcut is the most ancient form of all printmaking techniques. • Early beginnings in China and Egypt –wooden stamp, clay, wax • Development of paper in the 2nd century A.D. • Many of the earliest images were for religious use– Buddhism-Japan /China

  3. W00DCUT PROCESS • Straightforward Process • An artist sketches a composition on a plank of wood • Uses gouges, chisels, and knives to cut away pieces from the block. • Ink is applied to the surface of the block with a roller. • Paper is placed over the block and done by hand rubbing the back to transfer the image • The recessed cutaway areas do not receive ink and appear white on the printed image.

  4. Japanese Woodblocks Japanese Woodblock

  5. Japanese Woodblock

  6. Woodblock Historical Breakdown 14th Century • large quantities of paper produced-utilitarian printing of textiles, Germany, Spain, France and Italy—religious figures

  7. 15th Century • 15th Century-Printing of movable type, Illustrations, Religious books, Artists: Durer and Hans Holbein in Germany, Titian in Italy

  8. 17th century • A more highly developed printmaking art began to come forth –Japanese printmakers style influenced many later artists • --The prints were of everyday life, symbolism, flat color, patterned line, asymmetrical composition • Artists such as Gaughin, Van Gogh, and Lautrec

  9. 17th century prints

  10. Late 19th Century • Relief printmaking regained popularity as a serious art form –with the German Expressionists such as Edvard Munch

  11. Another Munch Woodblock

  12. Munch’s woodcut “The Kiss”

  13. Today • The woodcut remains a popular method for artistic expression for printmakers around the world.

  14. More woodcut samples

  15. More samples

  16. NATURE PRINTS

  17. Emil Nolde

  18. German Expressionist’sPrints

  19. Color woodcuts

  20. conclusion • Now that you have seen many samples, you should have an understanding of what a successful woodblock looks like. • Next you will learn your assignment for woodblock • BEST OF LUCK—NEW PRINTMAKERS—We CANNOT WAIT TO SEE WHAT YOU CAN MAKE!!!!!