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A single draw process
This printmaking process was invented around 1648 by a Genoese engraver, Giovanni Benetto Castiglione.
The monotype results from a printing process without engraving. The painting is executed on glass, of which only the trace left by pressing on the paper bears witness.
The relationship between gesture and material is light, free, subtle.
Magic of light bursting out of darkness.
Original works made on Lokta paper
Entirely handcrafted, Lokta paper comes from the fiber of Daphne papyracea, growing wild in the foothills of the Himalayas, between 2000 and 3500 m altitude.
These intensely colored plants give Lokta papers an inimitable beauty that their surface, both glossy and satin, brings out remarkably well.
Its manufacturing technique dates back to the first Tibetan manuscripts.
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