printmaking

[print-mey-king]
noun
the art or technique of making, prints, especially as practiced in engraving, etching, drypoint, woodcut or serigraphy.

Origin:
1925–30; print + making

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Example sentences
Known largely for his painting and sculpture, he also dabbled in printmaking
  and performance art.
The idea of the production line is echoed in his use of printmaking, in which
  many copies of the same image can be reproduced.
Discussed are the exciting advantages and possibilities of using polystyrene
  trays found in meat packaging for printmaking.
She is widely known for her painting, printmaking and sculpture and now her
  innovative works on ceramic tile.
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