Using Traditional Japanese Woodblock Techniques in Contemporary Printmaking
Traditionally, there are four individuals involved in the Japanese printmaking process: the publisher, the artist, the carver and the printer. Rebecca Salter speaks in her London studio about the technique she follows to create prints specifically for her Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. This video was produced by the Royal Academy of Arts.
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