Tip File: Monotype Defined

A monotype is a print made by painting on a smooth, nonabsorbent surface. The image is created when the painted surface is pressed against a sheet of paper, usually in a printing press.

This tip is an excerpt from an article titled “Garden State,” by Lisa Wurster. To read the full article, click here and order The Artist’s Magazine‘s 2007 Annual CD.


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