Dutch Gilt: Small Flowers No.64
An sumptuous display of brightly coloured flowers with a black background.
Suitable for bookbinding, box making, picture framing, furniture decoration and the general paper crafts.
Print: Dutch Gilt Relief Print on a stencilled background
Dutch Gilt Relief printing is where a lino plate has metal leaf applied to its surface which is brought into contact with treated, sized paper. When pressure is applied, the non-recessed surface will leave leaf on the paper, whereas the recessed areas will not. When perfectly dry, the excess leaf is carefully removed revealing the pattern.
Stencilling - A stencil is made by cutting out the required shapes in a heavy oiled cardstock to match the area where added colour is desired. An translucent ink is dabbed over the hole in the stencil leaving the colour making a multiple coloured, highly decorative print.
In this instance, four colours have been applied in a seemingly random pattern best described as blobs!
Block: No.64, Hand carved lino
Total Size: 18¼ x 14¼ inches. 455 X 355 mm (approx)
Paper: Two sheets, laminated. Handmade linen rag. Antique text printed paper from The History of England, Vol II, Book XXIII, published in the early 1700s.
Published: February 2023
Qty Available At Publication: 2
Made By: J&J Jeffery