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University of Mississippi
Art History
AH 101
Lousie Arizzoli

Art History Week 5 Printmaking the earliest existing printed artworks on paper were created in china and date back to the eighth century CE Revolutionary invention it allowed artists to make multiple copies of their artworks different from drawing It also allowed people to study great artworks without having to travel More affordable and easier to handle They however can be considered artworks for themselvesin the west artists used several printing techniquesRelief Intalio Planographic the production of at least 2 or more identical images is called an editionWoodblock Drer left a long lasting impact on the history of printmaking he revolutionized techniques series of prints dedicated to the apocalypse end of the world mature work he gives to the woodcut the higher satis of autonomous work of art
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