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Emma Fitzpatrick, 'Scape No. 7'

Emma Fitzpatrick, 'Scape No. 7', monotype, 10.5 x 20cm, 2020

'Printmaking' is a broad term that encapsulates a number of techniques and processes, from etchings to monotype to screen printing, in which the artist makes images from a master or 'matrix'. Prints can be classified according to the type of surface used to make them. These are divided into four groups; Intaglio, Relief, Stencil and Lithograph. These procedures are complex, frequently used in combination and are in constant state of revision and refinement, but regardless of type, they share common characteristics. 

Why buy prints? Print is a great way to learn about artistic process, discover new artists, and experiment with your tastes and confidence. It can also be a shrewd investment.

Includes 4 works by LSA Member:  Emma Fitzpatrick

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