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  • Copper Plate Photogravure

    R600

    Copper Plate Photogravure describes in comprehensive detail the technique of traditional copper plate photogravure as would be practiced by visual artists using normally available facilities and materials. Attention is paid to step-by-step guidance through the many stages of the process.

  • Intaglio – The Complete Safety-First System for Creative Printmaking

    R360

    With clear step-by-step instructions, hundreds of inspiring illustrations, a wealth of plate-making and printing methods and all the practical information any printmaker will ever need

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    Prints and their makers (Hardback)

    R1,565

    Prints and Their Makers takes you behind the scenes to witness the creative process at the world’s top printmaking workshops. Master printer Phil Sanders offers an in-depth look at this versatile medium and places contemporary prints and practices in the context of traditions and techniques developed over more than a thousand years.

  • A Picasso Portfolio

    R500

    Printmaking was fundamental to Pablo Picasso’s artistic vision. Over his long career, he made well over 2,000 printed images, focusing on the intaglio techniques of etching, engraving, drypoint and aquatint, as well as on lithography and linoleum cut. This publication, published to accompany an exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, explores Picasso’s creative process…

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    Brett Murray Crocodile Tears (Catalogue)

    R170

    A softcover catalogue for the exhibition of the artist’s work at Goodman Gallery Cape in April 2008, and Goodman Gallery Johannesburg in February 2009

  • Chakaia Booker – “Print Me”

    R195

    David Krut Projects is pleased to present Print Me, the first exhibition dedicated to Chakaia Booker’s prints. Booker began collaborating with Master Printer, Phil Sanders, of Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in 2009, and has created over 100 unique prints to date.

  • Contemporary Art in Print

    R850

    Arguably the most significant book on printmaking published in the last five years, showcasing rare works on paper created for the Paragon Press by 25 leading artists – including The Chapman Brothers, Peter Doig, Damien Hirst and Gary Hume. Edited by Patrick Elliott. Designed by Peter Willberg.

  • Deborah Bell: A Far Country: Sculpture and Painting 2008 – 12

    R250

    John Martin Gallery was pleased to present South African artist Deborah Bell’s exhibition A Far Country. This was Deborah’s second UK exhibition which brings together recent sculptures and paintings from the last four years including her major series based on the song, See Line Woman. The show also provided an opportunity to exhibit two of…

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    Etching – A Guide to Traditional Techniques

    R375

    Etching today is regarded as the old man of printmaking, its roots lying with alchemists and armourers. It has slowly evolved over the centuries, taking and incorporating new developments such as photography in its stride.

  • Fashion Print Design: From Idea to the Final Print

    R300

    This book guides readers through the complete process of creating fashion prints from designing prints and patterns to the final appearance of finished prints on a garment.

  • Fire Walker

    R500

    Far more than being about a single artwork, this book participates in the myriad conversations and debates on the meaning of public art. The essays prise open critical questions about public space in Johannesburg; Oliver Barstow’s interviews with the various collaborators on the sculpture reveal the complexities and challenges of creating such a massive work in so short a time; and the images by John Hodgkiss of the making of the sculpture, alongside two photo essays suggest the metaphorical power of Fire Walker as well as the fragile hold of street vendors over their small share of city space.

  • Gerhard Richter – Panorama

    R700

    Gerhard Richter: Panorama is the first and most complete overview of Richter’s whole career. Where previous monographs have focused on a single aspect of his work, this stunningly illustrated survey encompasses his entire oeuvre, now stretching across more than a half-century of activity. It includes his photo- paintings, abstracts, landscapes and seascapes, portraits, colour charts, glass and mirror works, sculptures, drawings and photographs, providing the definitive account of Richter’s colossal artistic achievements.

  • Grand Scale: Monumental Prints in the Age of Dürer and Titian

    R600

    “Grand Scale” brings to light rare surviving examples of mural-size prints – a Renaissance art form nearly lost from historical record.

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    Hokusai Prints and Drawings

    R230

    This volume includes full-color reproductions of drawings and woodblock prints by Japan’s most beloved artist. These landscapes-including his famous views of Mount Fuji- portraits of lovers and kabuki actors, nature and animal illustrations, as well as scenes of daily life in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Japan reveal the artist’s genius for rendering a wide variety of…

  • How to Identify Prints: A Complete Guide to Manual and Mechanical Processes from Woodcut to Inkjet

    R320


    Is it a woodcut, an etching, or a lithograph? Is it an original stipple engraving or a photogravure reproduction? Is the colour printed or added by hand?

    Since its first publication in 1986, this comprehensive guide has established itself as the essential reference book for print and book collectors, dealers in prints and illustrated books, art librarians, art professors and students, and everyone interested in graphic art.

  • Howard Hodgkin: The Complete Prints

    R480

    Howard Hodgkin’s prints represent an extraordinary body of work, a parallel and very different achievement from his paintings. They have been internationally celebrated and passionately collected, but never brought together, until now. This first ever comprehensive survey and catalogue raisonné, compiled by Liesbeth Heenk, includes a major essay by Nan Rosenthal, Senior Consultant in the Department of Modern Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.