mark niznik FELIX BUHOT

In constant experimentation, French printmaker Félix Buhot combined a revolving list of processes, tools, papers, and mediums that ultimately produced groundbreaking discoveries for 19th-century printmaking. Using multiple processes on a single print (such as etching, drypoint, aquatint, and photomechanical reproduction), Buhot sought to achieve the maximum number of images he could derive from a single plate, which he printed on alternative papers, often … Read More