Making Paper and Fabric Rubbings
Capturing Designs From Brasses, Gravestones, Carved Doors, Coins, and MoreBook - 1999
This book revitalizes the ancient art of rubbing -- a method of reproducing the surface of a design by rubbing or dabbing a piece of paper with colored waxes, inks, or graphite. The author emphasizes the benefits of making rubbings as a way to remember special travels, preserve architectural landmarks, and capture a bit of nature.
Publisher: Asheville, NC : Lark Books, 1999.
Branch Call Number: 760 FIRESTE
Characteristics: 112 p. : ill. (mostly col.) ; 27 cm.