Norval Morrisseau Unlimited

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7. How to determine the printmaker

General
The printmaker can be determined on several ways:
– on the piece itself (embossing or stamps);
– on original paper/labels with piece (gallery labels / printmakers authentication paper);
– by literature (official exhibit of book publications or original promotion material);
– by statements of the printmaker.

Examples
Embossing
 
Great Grasslands Graphics Embossing 1975
Example: Great Grasslands Graphics Company Embossing.
 

ALVO embossing
Example: ALVO Embossing.
 


Example: Superb Graphics Embossing.


Stamp
 
 
Superb Graphics Stamp with written year
Example: Superb Graphics stamp.
 

Written on paper
 

Example: Woodland Studios written on front paper.
 

Gallery label/Printmakers authentication paper

Canadian Native Prints label
Example: Canadian Native Prints Label.
 

Literature
Under construction

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