Woodblock prints were initially used as early as the eighth century in Japan to disseminate texts, especially Buddhist scriptures. Until the eighteenth century, however, woodblock printing remained primarily a convenient method of reproducing written texts. In , new technology made it possible to produce single-sheet prints in a whole range of colors. Printmakers who had heretofore worked in monochrome and painted the colors in by hand, or had printed only a few colors, gradually came to use full polychrome painting to spectacular effect.
Karl J. Feng Signed 15"x10" Asian Art Print #43/500 - Peacocks in 21x17" Frame
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Asian Koi I by Grace Pullen has recently been listed as available in the secondary art market. This limited edition print may be available for purchase. If you are interested in a price quote and purchase of this print, please contact us using the form provided and we will contact you regarding Grace Pullen's Asian Koi I availability and current market price on the secondary market. This art piece is a hard to find print, but we can attempt to locate one available for sale for you. If you need an art appraisal, we do not currently perform these at this time.