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A printmaking technique which is a decorative elaboration of metalcut (printing from a metal design in relief) in which the large uncut areas that would normally print black are broken up by the use of punches and stamps. Also known as manière criblée, this technique was developed in Germany and France in the second half of the 15th century.

Subjects: Art.

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