Monotypes & Monoprints
A monotype is a one of a kind print made by transferring an image from a smooth plate, such as plexiglass, onto a sheet of paper either by hand or using an etching press. Usually monotypes are painterly. A monoprint is a monotype containing one or more reproducible elements, such as an etched or carved line.
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Linocuts are made by printing the surface of a carved plate.