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Here are printing technique descriptions so you will know how each print has been created.
A monotype print is a single print taken from a design created in oil paint or printing ink on glass or metal plate.
A monoprint is very similar to a monotype however, there is always a pattern or part of an image which is constantly repeated in each print.
A relief print is made by carving or cutting away the “white” area. The area left will show “black”. I have been carving woodblocks to create my relief prints.
A giclee is a fine art digital print on acid free watercolor paper.
A reproduction is a laser image of an artwork.