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Aquatint - a print made using a copper plate etched with nitric acid, not unlike a water-color.
Artists' Books - use of the book format by the visual artist to create a work of art, with words or without, with paper or another material.
Catalogue Raisonné - the complete works of an artist put together in a single collection, assembled in book form. See also corpus.
Codex - fancy word for book.
Ephemera - items created for a specific event or purpose for short-term use and not meant for preservation; also printed ephemera.
Emblem Book - a picture-book designed to promote ethical values by depicting allegorical figures with accompanying pedagogical glosses
Exhibition Catalogue - a list of all the pieces shown in a particular exhibition at a museum, gallery, etc.
Folio - sheets, often in an extra large book, that are folded inward so that two pages can fit within one sheet. Not unlike magazine foldouts.
Illuminated Manuscript - a book written by hand and decorated with illustrations.
Lithography - drawings made with a printmaking method involving stone, ink, grease, and water.
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