A la poupée

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A la poupée is an intaglio printmaking technique for using different ink colors of ink using a ball-shaped wad of fabric to apply the ink to a copperplate. Paper is printed through just one run in the press. The term a la poupée means "with a doll", which refers to the wad of fabric, shaped like a ball.[1]

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  1. ^ "Colorful impressions: Techniques". National Gallery of Art. Retrieved March 25, 2015.