|Title||Vintage 19th c. marbled paper, Gold vein Overprinted on Turkish antiqued pattern |
|Date||19th century |
|Descriptive Notes||Wolfe and Miura: Gold vein Overprinted over Turkish antiqued pattern.|
Though related in terms of end appearance, an 'overprint' is not the same process as 'Double marble' (Miura pgs 120-121). A double marble is created when a single paper has been through the marbling process twice where both patterns are on top of one another.
An overprint is created when a paper, already marbled, is then printed on top of with another pattern using a lithographic process.
This pattern is created by first completing a Turkish antiqued pattern ('antiqued' refers to any pattern where a last color, usually white, is finely sprinkled over the entire bath). Then after that paper has been dried, the marbled side would be printed over with a Gold vein pattern (Italian pattern using metallic ink) using a lithographic process.
The primary colors for this example are blue, light and medium pink, tan, black, white and gold.
|Collection Notes||The flat sample from which this photo was scanned is a salvaged endsheet. There is no record of the original item from which these endsheets were taken. Information regarding creation dates has therefore been estimated (using Wolfe), typically by century.|
|Paper Process/Medium||Surface application papers -- Marbled papers |
|Prominent Pattern Type||Gold Vein|
|Secondary Pattern Type||Turkish|
|Object Type||Paper;Marbled paper;Print;Lithograph |
|Physical Description||20 x 13 cm. |
|References||Wolfe plates XXXVII 180 (Gold vein overprinting), XXVI 44-48 (Turkish), XXXVI 162-163 (Antique Spot)|
Muira pgs 126-127 (Gold vein printed lithographically), 47-49 (Turkish), 85 (Antique Spot)
|Digital Collection||Decorated and Decorative Paper Collection|
|Digital Image Number||DEP0092 |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Book Arts Collection |
|Reference Number||M-vintage-mp433 |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from an original sample using a Microtek Scanmaker 9600XL at between 550-600 ppi, saved in TIFF, resized, and imported to JPEG 2000. |