Gilt and relief: Reviving the art of

Fulweiler, M.
December 1988
Yankee;Dec88, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p94
Discusses Nancy Brewka Clark's art of japanning. The Beverly, Mass. artist uses a technique much like the one used 250 years ago in Boston.


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