Browsing School of Art by Author "Croft, Paul"

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  • Croft, Paul (V. M. Art Gallery, 2007-04)
    Two lithographs from Croft's Alphabet Series exhibited within 'Contemporary Welsh Printmakers', an exhibition of 47 prints by over 20 artists from Wales curated by Peter Ford and Swansea Print Workshop as part of the ...
  • Croft, Paul (2012-03-01)
    Since 2008 Croft has been interested exploring the interface between digital and analogue printmaking with specific interest incorporating digital methods of drawing with traditional techniques of stone and plate lithography. ...
  • Croft, Paul (Prifysgol Aberystwyth, 2008-04-02)
    This exhibition builds on firm foundations laid in preparation for this ongoing commitment to enhancing printmaking processes, printmaking personalities and opportunities to share them.
  • Croft, Paul (2008-12-31)
    Article for a special project included in the Grapheion Year Book 2008 – entitled Memory of the Future edited by art critic and writer Richard Noyce. Article reflects upon the future of Printmaking in 2028 and examines the ...
  • Croft, Paul (A & C Black Publishers Ltd, 2009-12-31)
    This concise contribution, including biographical details and illustrations of working practice, describes current research interests in lithography, the development of alphabets, lexicons and visual language.
  • Croft, Paul (A & C Black Publishers Ltd, 2003-10)
    This Printmaking Handbook is a companion volume to Paul Croft's previous book, Stone Lithography. The author guides the reader through all aspects of plate lithography with step-by-step instructions accompanied by clear, ...
  • Croft, Paul (SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY, 2009-05-14)
    Inclusion of a print in the International Printmaking section of the 2nd Bangkok Triennale 2009. Illustration of the work, brief description and biographical details were included in the accompanying catalogue.
  • Croft, Paul (A & C Black Publishers Ltd, 2001-10-31)
    A practical handbook on stone lithography, thought to be one of the most daunting of all the printmaking forms. Paul Croft offers a simplified approach to the many aspects of this complicated lithographic process.

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