Contemporary scrimshaw – history, practical tips, gallery by Eva Halat

Scrimshaw is a stippling and incising technique worked primarily on natural materials such as fossil ivory, horn and bone. It has its roots in the 18th century whaling tradition. Contemporary Scrimshaw provides detailed instruction on modern scrimshaw technique and features the full range of work by international artists in the gallery section.

ISBN/EAN 978-3-9808743-8-0
Product Type Book
Binding Hardcover
Publisher Hörnig
Publication date 15.05.2006
Series No. 2800715
Pages 240
Language English
Illustrations 280 color photos, 376 b/w photos

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Weight 0,9 kg


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