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  • n. silk-screen printing

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the act of making a print by the silkscreen method


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  • The exhibit and artist presentations and serigraphy workshops with local artists and school children had been sponsored principally by the U.S. Embassy.

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  • This collection takes the somatic marks of classicism: the curved, the leg, the serigraphy on the crystals and changes them in sinuous shapes, gentle and modern, joining them to perfection.

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  • Political poster-production quickly evolves into a vivid and vital progressive enterprise, with advances in color serigraphy enabling artists to inexpensively produce vividly-colored, large posters in quantities that can cover localities quickly and with little training other than that which most artists already have.

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  • He is credited by historians as being one of the founders of the “social serigraphy” movement in the San Francisco Bay Area in the mid-1960s.

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  • Its beauty is one of deep colors and sharp contrasts, ideally suited to the silk-screen technique — known as serigraphy — in which John Russell Clift has chosen to portray it.

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  • Robert Rauschenberg arrived at the technique of oil painting with ink serigraphy - one of his most important innovations - and the way this became the principal element of his style around

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  • Alongside this painting, the exhibition brings together a total of 16 works: another six oils with serigraphy executed in 1962 and 1963, a selection of eight

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  • Lapiztola, from Oaxaca, mixes stencils and serigraphy to create political images with contrasts of textures.

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  • •Wootini, in Carr Mill Mall in Carrboro, in showing Music Sound Research, an exhibit that features pieces from North Carolina musicians in media including photography, drawings, serigraphy, woodwork and paintings.


  • Philips 768 heavier archival type paper such as semi-gloss paper, watercolor paper or super-glossy papers; normally produced with a better printing process like serigraphy, stone lithography, or giclee.

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