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St Louis Art Museum: See for yourself

 See a gallery of different types of prints and watch simple animations that illustrate four printmaking methods etching, lithography, block printing, and screen printing. Includes an exercise that challenges visitors to compare and contrast two prints of their choosing.courtesy of
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 See a gallery of different types of prints and watch simple animations that illustrate four printmaking methods: etching, lithography, block printing, and screen printing. Includes an exercise that challenges visitors to compare and contrast two prints of their choosing.

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