The Technique of the Color Wood-Cut

By Walter J. Phillips
published August 1, 1926, by Brown-Robertson Co. Inc. (New York)

The ideal of a water-color woodcut is no longer a feeble parody of the Japanese color-print that ceased two centuries ago; that color-print was the outcome of a democratic demand, and owed its success to its cheapness, though, strange as it may seem, elaboration sometimes brought it under the ban of the sumptuary laws... Read More