Carborundum is the trade name for an artificial abrasive, used with water resistant glues. It is a direct procedure that gives particularly pictorial results. The first to use this technique was Henry Goetz (1909-1989). It was also used by J. Mirò and other artists of the Goetz academy in Paris.

 

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carborundum printed on Ingres di Fabriano ivory paper collage with light Japanese paper and newspaper edition of four "artist's proofs". 19,685 x 19,685 inches sheet 27,5591 x 27,5591 " "
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Ten
Ten
Carborundum on Ingres Fabriano paper, Japanese handmade thin paper collage, wrapping paper 65 * 55cm unique work
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without title
Carborundum on satogami paper Japanese handmade light paper collage footprint 50 * 50cm. sheet cm. 60 * 60 cm unique work
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