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Linocut is a printmaking technique by which an image is carved into a block, which is then inked and printed. Woodcut is the oldest printmaking technique, originating in China and reaching the West in the 13th century; the linocut was invented in the late 19th century. This print was made in 2001, and is ink on paper, by Hadrian Israel

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current20:57, 15 February 2018Thumbnail for version as of 20:57, 15 February 20182,448 × 3,264 (705 KB)Ihidaya (talk | contribs)Linocut is a printmaking technique by which an image is carved into a block, which is then inked and printed. Woodcut is the oldest printmaking technique, originating in China and reaching the West in the 13th century; the linocut was invented in the l...
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