how were paintings manually printed

1. At first, the images were engraved in wooden blocks.
2. The block so carved was then inked, pressed against paper followed by colouring (manually) the woodcut prints so produced.
This made possible the production of many copies from a single block. This manual printing was followed by setting up of the mechanical printing presses in different parts of India in the late 19th century, that made possible the production of prints in even larger numbers.
 

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they were not pinted but drawn by humans

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this is the question asked in text book (our world then and now) for class viii

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kindly answer both the question

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