Translation of linocut in Spanish:


grabado al linóleo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlʌɪnəʊkʌt//ˈlaɪnoʊˌkət/


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    grabado al linóleo masculine
    linóleo masculine
    • This process involves etching, engraving, dry point, aquatint, mezzotint, linocut and wood block.
    • Stencil and linocut monoprint posters on their website, reminiscent of Paris 1968, invite us to unplug the addictive TV drip from our lives.
    • In part one of this article the basic printmaking techniques relief printing and intaglio printing were discussed and the relief techniques woodcut, wood engraving and linocut were introduced.
    • He continued to create woodcuts, etchings and linocuts.
    • He works mostly with silkscreen, linocut and collagraph.
    • She produced some of her earliest designs using linocuts.
    • This year's event will feature the work of 30 artists from as far afield as Holland and Spain covering an array of subjects from angels to seahorses and a variety of techniques from linocut to aquatint.
    • They show his progression in the creative linocut process and the uniqueness of each incarnation of the proof.
    • Preston produced oil paintings, linocut prints, and woodcuts that were often still-lifes of Australian flora and fauna.
    • Finally, the print is completed from the back with a relief process of woodcut or linocut to intensify shapes and/or colors.
    • A master sculptor and printmaker influenced by the Mexican tradition of mural and linocut making, as well as European modernism, Catlett uses her experience as a black woman to adhere the commonalties she sees between the struggles.
    • The two most famous artists to use linocut are Matisse and Picasso.
    • Indeed, one talented young girl, Selina Ebatarinja, moves between both, trying her hand at linocut prints before returning to her reading and writing.