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What`s Bred in the Stone
Art and technique of lithography

Artwork date(s): 1998

Stephen Inggs  - (edited with an introduction by)
Eunice Geustyn  - (assisted by)
Pippa Skotnes  - (foreword by)

Measurements: 330mm, oblong
Inscription: Signed by the authors.
Edition: #12/20

Type: SA Art / South African Artists Book

Place publication: Cape Town, RSA
Publisher: Katrine Harries Print Cabinet - Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town
Pages: 137p

Reference noteColophon: All the prints in this book were hand printed from stone and aluminium lithographic plates on Zerkall Buetten 100% rag paper in the workshops of the Michaelis School of Fine Art. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The aluminium lithographic test plates were made and printed by Eunice Geustyn as was the cover of the book and the text. The stone test plates were made and printed by Eunice Geustyn and Stephen Inggs, assisted by Roderick Sauls. The layout of the text was executed on Quark X-press 3.31 by Janet Simon, assisted by Eunice Geustyn. This compilation is an artwork in the form of a book. The edition consitst of: 20 copies numbered 1/20 to 20/20; 5 hors commerce numbered H.C. I/V to H.C. V/V; 5 artists' proofs of the lithographs numbered A.P. I/V to A.P. V/V were printed separately.

Bound in three-quarter brown leather with decorated boards and label on the spine.

Ref: SA/660


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