drypoint etching

drypoint etching

[′drī‚pȯint ′ech·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Etching in which a sharp tool (an etching needle) scratches through only the etching ground that is placed on the surface of the copper plate; the plate is then placed in an acid bath, and the chemical action produces a line deep enough to hold ink.
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