A Lithograph is created using a printing technique based on the principle that oil and water do not mix. Using oil- based ink or a grease crayon, an image is drawn on a flat stone or metal plate. Water is applied to the surface and is repelled by the areas where oil-based images have been drawn. The entire surface is then coated with an oil-based ink that adheres only to the areas drawn in oil, ink or crayon. The image is then printed on paper. This series of Lithographs presented by Atelier Richard MacDonald, signed and numbered by the artist, is created with this rarely used, classical printing process.

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