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A History of the Development of Monoprints and Monotypes offers this brief overview of the historical development of monoprints and monotypes.

ARTFL Project: The Image of France
Prepared by George D. McKee of Binghamton University, with the assistance of the Project for American and French Research
on the Treasury of the French Language at the University of Chicago, this site offers a key-word index of the record of engravings,
lithographs, and woodcuts published in Paris between 1811 and 1830.

Artcyclopedia: Illustrators
Artcyclopedia offers a comprehensive list of illustrators with links to related sites.

Artcyclopedia: Printmakers
Artcyclopedia offers a comprehensive list of printmakers with links to related sites.

Federal Art Project Artists : Prints and Photographs Division
The Prints and Photographs Division holds about 230 fine prints produced by the Graphic Art Division of the Federal Art Project.

Glossary of Printmaking Terms
The Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas offers this succinct glossary of printmaking terms.

Louvre Museum: Search for Prints and Drawings Galleries
The Louvre highlights prints and drawings from two galleries in virtual tours.

National Gallery: Prints, Drawings, and Photographs
Featured works from the prints, drawings, and photographs collection at the National Gallery of Art are highlighted on this site.

New York Public Library: Print Collection
Information about the Library's print collection and online exhibitions are featured on this site

Smithsonian American Art Museum: Prints & Drawings
The Smithsonian American Art Museum offers a plethora of resources for prints and drawings.

Spencer Museum of Art: Printmaking Techniques
This excellent guide from the Spencer Museum at the University of Kansas uses essays and sample images to highlight the salient
features of various printmaking techniques.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Drawings and Prints
Works from the Drawings and Prints collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art are featured on this site as well as links to the
museum's other collections.

The Spencer Museum of Art: Print Connoisseurship
This page leads to introductory information about marks, inscriptions, and monograms on prints, and to some introductory infor
-mation about basic conservation issues.

University of Delaware Library: 19th Century Color Printing
This exhibition from the Special Collections department of the University of Delaware Library provides a look at the technical
processes involved in 19th century color printing.

Life of the People: Realist Prints and Drawings from the Ben and Beatrice Goldstein Collection, 1912-1948
Includes sixty annotated prints and drawings sympathetic to the condition of working people.

Getty Museum : Prints and drawings
Including architectural Drawings, drawings of classical antiquities and biblical scenes from Exodus and Genesis

WorldCat : Prints and Drawings
Search for materials on Prints and Drawings in a library near you.

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Amazon has books, movies, and more on prints and drawings for your perusal.
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