If your knowledge of the history of screenprinting is limited to Wikipedia or those who have copied information from Wikipedia and presented it in their books or articles on screenprinting, you may be surprised to find that much of what you have been led to believe is incorrect.
Since 2008, many of the articles written about the screenprinting process have begun with the statement:
“Screen-printing first appeared in a recognizable form in China during the Song Dynasty (960–1279 CE).”
The problem is that this statement is patently untrue. And, if you are currently using that statement in your writings or on your website, you may want to correct it. In this article, we provide the true history of the screenprinting process, which actually begins in the mid-1800s in the United States. And, we back this up with historical resources and photos.
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Author: Bill Hood
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