A comprehensive practical guide to the many lithographic techniques current in the nineteenth century.Lithographic Brushes are good red sable crow- quill pencils, with a portion of the hair cut away all round, so as to allow only the central part to be used. ... by wetting it and passing it rapidly through a gas flame to bum it off, the wetting protecting the rest and exposing the single hair ... Dip it in gum-water, draw it to a fine point, and let it dry hard, remove the outer hair with a sharp penknife to the degreeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Grammar of Lithography|
|Author||:||W. D. Richmond|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-03-04|