The History of Printmaking

  1. 2. A cultural movement during the 14th-17th centuries, marking the period of European history at the close of the Middle Ages and the rise of the modern world.
  2. 4. A mark made by pressing or stamping.
  3. 8. The process or art of cutting or carving a design on a hard surface.
  4. 12. Enthusiasm or passion.
  5. 13. A printmaking technique using acid to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design.
  6. 14. The state of being thick, sticky, and semifluid due to internal friction.
  7. 15. Another term for screen printing, especially of designs or patterns on textiles.
  1. 1. A quality of being easily perceptible or noticeable.
  2. 3. A method of printing using a stone or a metal plate with a smooth surface.
  3. 5. Clearness or lucidity, as of a statement.
  4. 6. The quality of being clever, original, and inventive.
  5. 7. A printmaking technique using linoleum, wherein a design is cut into the linoleum surface and then inked and pressed to create an image.
  6. 9. A seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination.
  7. 10. A person or thing that is the center of attention or admiration.
  8. 11. A printmaking method where an image is carved into a wood surface and then inked and pressed onto paper.