Definition of woodblock
Examples of woodblock in a Sentence
She made a woodblock print.
Recent Examples of woodblock from the Web
Onstage were four timpani, a bass drum, snare drum, side drum, a large gong, cymbals, xylophone, castanets, vibraphone, glockenspiel, woodblock, whip-crack and triangle.
Above the bed was a woodblock print of squirrels huddling on a winter branch.
Case in point: The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife, a woodblock print that shows a lady going to third base with a couple of octopuses.
To me, this 1917 woodblock print, in which a women gracefully shields herself from a sun shower, conveys the fragile beauty of gardens in early spring,...
RM/Centro José Guerrero, $35 Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type, Borders, &c. by Esther K. Smith To typography diehards, finding an original copy of this book of 19th-century woodblock typefaces was like finding an original Gutenberg Bible.
Bryan Nash Gill (1961-2013) was a tree hugger extraordinaire who took inspiration from his native New England forests and specialized in woodblock prints.
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First Known Use of woodblock
WOODBLOCK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of woodblock for English Language Learners
: a piece of wood that has a design cut into it and that is used for printing
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