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monotype

(mŏn′ə-tīp′)
n.
1. Biology The sole member of its group, such as a single species that constitutes a genus.
2. A unique print made by pressing paper against a painted or inked surface.

mon′o·typ′ic (-tĭp′ĭk) adj.
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Using bright primary colors which decontextualizes the gravity of the assaults represented, monoprints such as "Rock" and "Retreat" are melancholy images of what we have witnessed, but unlike the real images, these are more aesthetically pleasing.
The other thing about a monoprint is that when it's sold, that's it.
The centrepiece is a nine foot by four foot, three panelled monoprint of the Ama Dablam Mountain, which is displayed in the window space of the new gallery.
Photogravure and monoprint, 42 1/2 x 53 1/2" (108 x 136 cm).
Nancy Upshall has three paintings in the exhibition, including Fragments of Florence which is a monoprint and collage work and different to her instantly recognisable other two paintings here.
A monoprint is made by inking a plate (often a sheet of glass or metal) then using a variety of tools, from cloth to needles and brushes, to remove areas of ink to create an image.
Big Allium Stripe Orange and Pink by Tessa Pearson is a large monoprint woodblock work with the architectural flowers against a striped background.
Emin's drawings were the focus on the Lower East Side, where the show included a wide selection of monoprint and gouache-on-paper self-portraits, featuring frontal depictions of the artist seated, legs splayed or shut knock-kneed, hands draped at her sides or clutching her head in some spasm of sorrow.
Denbigh-born, Llwyd has taken part in all but one of the Anglesey Arts Weeks, but this will be the first time she has invited the public into her new home studio to take part in her two-day workshops, which will include monoprint, intaglio and relief processes.