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How does the artist create the image to be printed in lithography What are the materials he uses?
Beside this, what is lithography in art?
Lithography. Lithography is a printing process that uses a flat stone or metal plate on which the image areas are worked using a greasy substance so that the ink will adhere to them by, while the non-image areas are made ink-repellent. Frank Stella. [title not known] 1967.
One may also ask, how is a print made from a painting? Printmaking is the process of creating artworks by printing, normally on paper. A print that copies another work of art, especially a painting, is known as a "reproductive print". Prints are created by transferring ink from a matrix to a sheet of paper or other material, by a variety of techniques.
Besides, what is lithography How did it help in printing?
It is a method of printing based on the principle that oil and water do not mix. Printing is done from a stone (lithographic limestone) or a metal plate with a grained surface; using oil-based inks. The artist works on a separate stone or plate for each colour. The image will repel water and accept ink.
Why is lithography important?
Lithography is widely used around the world for printing books, catalogues and posters, because of the high quality results and the fast turnaround. Whilst it takes longer to setup than a digital printer, it's quicker to do high quantities of high quality repeat items.