By JenKiriakos


Published: July 22, 2012

MONOTIPIYA

MONOTIPIYA (from Greek monos - one and typos - a print) - a type of printing graphics, in which paints are put by hand on absolutely smooth surface of a metal board; the unique unique print turns out under pressure on the machine. The MONOTIPIYA differs a subtlety of the color relations and reminds a water color. The MONOTIPIYA is applied also in connection with an etching.






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Imran - December 21, 2015

very good article, I would like more info. You list 3 Uzbeks (Artykov, Atadjanov, Kadyrov) who joeind parliament, and 1 korean (Roman Shin). Also, Tajik Sabirov (Respublika) joeind.Who are the 8 Russians you count, and how do you get to 13 total?Also, note Respublika removed Alevtina Zavgorodnaya and Yuri Nizovskii. Still leaves 6 Russians, plus 1 more?please contact with response.**********************************очень хорошая статья, я хотел бы больше информации. [Expand]

Julie - December 22, 2015

Finnidg this post. It's just a big piece of luck for me.


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