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Cloud Classification - 2nd edition linocut

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A who's who of the clouds in the sky are handprinted in a cloud-like mass of circular diagrams on sky blue, handmade Moriki Kozo paper from Japan, in this second edition linoleum block print. The clouds represented are shown as they would appear in the sky; the lower altitude clouds are lowest, the mid-altitude clouds in the middle and the high altitude clouds at the top. We have cumulonimbus, stratocumulus and cumulus at the bottom. There are three types of altocumulus and one altostratus in the middle. The top level contains cirrocumulus and two types of cirrus clouds. Each is denoted by its own symbol.

The sheets are 17.5 inches wide by 12.6 inches tall (44.4 cm by 32 cm). The second edition contains 4 prints.
C'est un linogravure montrant la classification des nuages. En haut, il y a les nuages qui se forment au-dessus de 5 000 mètres dans la région froide de la troposphère (cirrus et cirrocumulus). Au milieu, il y a les nuages qui se développent entre 2 000 et 5 000 mètres: altocumulus et altostatus. En bas, il y a des nuages de basses altitudes (jusqu'à 2 000 mètres): cumulonimbus, stratocumulus et cumulus.

Ils sont imprimés sur papier bleu-ciel kozo japonais (12,6 pouces par 17,5 pouces ou 32 cm par 44,5 cm). Il y a 4 gravures dans l'édition.

Cloud Classification - 2nd edition linocut


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  • Materials: paper, ink, brayer, baren, linoleum, washi, kozo
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