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This is a Lithograph I made at The Art Students League in NYC last year. Stone Lithography is a very old printmaking technique that entails drawing on the finest smoothest litho stone with a greasy crayon and then etching the drawing into stone with acid. Its a very engaging and technical printmaking technique.
The image comes from a sketch I made that drew inspiration from a poem by my friend, Rufus Collinson, about a memory she has of shopping at the A &P with her Mom on Friday nights when she was a girl.
The image is 11" X 9" printed with Charbonnel ink on Rives BFK heavyweight cotton rag paper 15" X 11".
It will ship in a stiff flat pack. Signed by me, Coco Berkman. Edition of 7.

Lithograph Printmaking Grocery Shopping


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lithography, ink, litho stone, acid free paper, pencil, crayon
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 31 reviews
  • Favorited by: 20 people