pochoir


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

pochoir

(ˈpɒʃwɑː)
n
(Art Terms) a print made from stencils
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
POCHOIR PRINTING Date: Sunday 26 November Time: 10am - 6pm Venue: Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast Characterised by crisp lines and brilliant colours, Pochoir is based on a simple stencilling technique to achieve effective, immediate results.
Even those deeply familiar with Matisse's paintings will thrill to explore this remarkable side of his practice, which bears the artist's signature energy, elegance, and color, but seen here in lithographs, etchings, pochoir (stencil) prints, and linocuts.
La fabrication commence par la creation d'un pochoir dudit motif dans du papier a tatouage recouvert d'un film vinyle sur lequel la feuille d'or est deposee.
Boyd-Bowman acknowledges there is also a strong market in Duchamp pochoirs; in February last year a signed pochoir of Nu descendant un escalier no.
It features Picasso's ceramics and an important suite of 20 pochoir prints, of works created by him between 1904 and 1953 that demonstrate key moments in his artistic development.
Synopsis: The 1910s and 1920s witnessed an outpouring of luxury fashion publications that used a hand-stenciling technique known as pochoir (French for stencil).
She also produced an album of pochoir prints that advanced the field of printed reproductions.
Parallelement, l'artiste est en train de confectionner une longue banderole sur les peintures rupestres en utilisant la technique du pochoir.
Most works were replicated with elaborate means involving collotype printing and pochoir coloring.
Barbier was an illustrator par excellence, most notably for Journaldes dames et des modes and Gazette du Bon Ton, two new and exclusive fashion magazines richly illustrated with coloured fashion plates using the colour stencilling technique known as pochoir.
Imprimees a partir de plaques de bois puis coloriees a la main ou au pochoir, les cartes du Tarot de Venise (ou Tarot piemontais) datant de la fin du XVIIe et de la premiere moitie du XVIIIe siecle portent des titres francais qui attestent d'un va-et-vient d'influences mutuelles entre l'Italie et la France (15).
She frequently used stencils and paint together in a bright, lively technique called pochoir.