Monoprints are created by painting directly onto a zinc plate and running through an intaglio (etching) press. I did these at the Richmond Printmakers Workshop in the mid-80's. You will notice that some of these use a couple of different colors. These are all done with intaglio inks.
The size of the plate used to make these prints is 19 3/4" x 16''.
Please contact me if you are interested in high quality replica "Giclée" prints. These Giclée's are state of the art archival reproductions on the same type of printmaking paper (Rives).
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Guestbook for Monoprints
VERY ... particularly love the backgrounds & fill textures
Shelley M. House(non-registered)
These are wonderful, Vance! I really like the textures that come through in this process. I agree -- you are good at capturing facial expressions. I especially like #4, #20 and #31.
Vance- I love these, they are fantastic! The lines of the women; like her hips in #11, her back in #15, and her neckline in #19 jump off the page at me. And the face of the model in #9, you completely captured the sour mood in her face. amazing.