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An image or design impressed or stamped on a support such as paper or fabric. The term encompasses a wide range of techniques used to produce multiple versions of an original design. See drypoint; engraving; etching; Japanese prints; lithograph; mezzotint; screenprinting; woodcut; wood-engraving.


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