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Prints by Isabel Thomas


Prints by Isabel Thomas

This book introduces the reader to making prints, examining what prints are, how they are made, what prints can show, differences in size, technique and style, historical and modern examples, and examples from different cultures.

About the Author

Isabel Thomas studied Human Sciences at Oxford University before working in the wonderful world of children's publishing. She has written dozens of books for children and teenagers, and is a trained literacy tutor. Isabel lives in Cambridge, UK, with her husband and three rambunctious sons.

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Publication date

1st September 2012


Isabel Thomas

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Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd


24 pages


Educational: Art & design



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