or linocut, is produced by incising the surface of a linoleum block. Like the woodcut, it is a relief process in which the raised areas are inked and printed. Linoleum is softer than wood and permits easier cutting for finer, more fluid lines. See Don't Walk from the Barrera-Rosa's series for an example.
A relief print carved into linoleum rather than wood.
A print image made by inking a block of carved linoleum (made of a backing of burlap or canvas coated with linoxyn) and pressing it to paper or other surfaces
A sheet of linoleum is gouged or cut to produce an image or texture, then inked and printed by the relief or intaglio method.
A relief technique like woodcut but using linoleum rather than wood.
Just like a woodblock except a piece of linoleum replaces the block of wood.
The print made from an image cut into a piece of linoleum.
A relief print, much like a woodcut, but using battleship linoleum rather than a woodblock. The linoleum is somewhat easier to cut and prints more evenly because it lacks the grain.