This website describes silk screen prints, copied from rubbings (called brass rubbings) of monumental brasses in England. For more information about monumental brasses, brass rubbings, and silk screen prints, click on the links above. For information about the silk screen  prints I have made, see the Gallery  of Prints.
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The artist, William Streett, with silk screen print of Sir Roger de Trumpington.
Silk screen print in gold on black cloth, copied from the rubbing of the brass of Sir Roger de Trumpington

Black-on-white brass rubbing, on paper, of the monumental brass of Sir Roger de Trumpington

The monumental brass of Sir Roger de Trumpington, Trumpington, Cambridgeshire

Monumental Brasses, Brass Rubbings, and Silk Screen Prints
The four photographs below show (L to R):
1. The monumental brass of Sir Roger de Trumpington (1289),
2. A  brass rubbing (black-on-white impression on paper) of  this monumental brass,
3. A silk screen print (a gold print on dark cloth) copied from the brass rubbing,
4. The Artist, William Streett, with a silk screen print or Sir Roger de Trumpington.

Click on these links, or on the images below, for more information about monumental brasses, brass rubbings, and silk screen prints.  Click here for a list of the brasses and silk screen prints that have been copied from them.

English Brass Rubbings