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Paperscreen Prints

ペーパースクリーン版画 (Pēpāsukurīn hanga)


Paperscreen printing was created and developed in Japan. A paper stencil is used to block the ink to create the desired image. Thick oil-bask ink is often used liberally, overlapping one color over another. See "大場正男(おおばまさお)OBA Masao". Hanganet: Prints Arts Knowledge Base. Retrieved 2014-11-02.

Masao Ohba (Oba, Ooba), Framed Unglazed Paperscreen Print, "Shoujyo (Girl)"



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