This is the same process as batik paper making. Instead of dipping a block in color, the artist dips a block in liquid wax and then prints on the paper. Once the paper is dry, the artist paints the paper with color and irons the paper to remove the wax.
Henry Moore Drawing crowds in tube stations during the blitz. This picture is very interesting because it is to do with history and has been drawn in an old looking way with the colours that have been used.
Shelter Henry Moore OM, CH Shelter Scene: Bunks and Sleepers 1941 Watercolour, gouache and drawing on paper support: 483 x 432 mm frame: 750 x 690 x 28 mm Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee 1946
Henry Moore's spectral images from the underground. Drawings of figures sheltering from the blitz weren't propaganda but a poignant response to a common plight. "Pink and Green Sleepers" 1941 - Henry Moore
The Henry Moore Foundation - Tapestries from the Henry Moore Family Collection on show at Perry Green for the first time Seated Mother and Child 1976 TAP 8 Wool warp; wool weft x Woven at West Dean College, West Sussex