Image: Lithography Process - washed out with turps

Lithography Process - washed out with turps

The image is then fixed to the stone using a weak solution of nitric acid and gum arabic. The image is then washed out with turps.

Photographer:
Stuart Humphreys
Rights:
© Australian Museum

Notes

Rew, a TAFE teacher, demonstrates the lithographic process which was used to explain how images were printed in Gould's books in the Gould exhibition. Courtesy of Sydney Gallery School at Meadowbank TAFE.
 

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