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A monotype is one of a kind, original and unique work of art. The simplest form of printmaking, using only pigments, a surface on which to apply the pigments, paper and some form of press.
Monotypes are impressions that are pulled and painted on a metal or plexiglass plate, created through applications of ink that are rolled, brushed, daubed, layered, removed and manipulated. The material use is paper which is able to accept an impression, are "pulled" with the use of a press to create the image.
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