Screenprinting developed as an artistic medium and a sophisticated printmaking technique after World War I and was popularised by the Pop artist Andy Warhol. The artist prepares a fine screen of silk or nylon for printing by blocking off the areas where the paper will be left blank. This allows the ink to pass through only the areas where the image is to be printed.
To See How Artists Make Screenprints, Please Click HERE to Visit the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) Website.
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