noun

  • A print made from a linocut block.

    ‘he incorporates images of animals and plants into his lino prints’
    • ‘At the shop you'll find colorful lino prints at great prices.’
    • ‘We've reduced all the prices of the limited edition hand-made lino prints available at the online shop.’
    • ‘His lino prints are not dissimilar to the work of the Grosvenor school of artists.’
    • ‘It was a 1932 lino print called Grinders, a bold monochrome image of two men sharpening knives - a symbolic scene from a city famous for its steel industry.’
    • ‘Her exhibition of lino prints is about the history of British/Iranian relations.’