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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Cracker and Micky, sporting artist Cecil Aldin's favourite dogs, a limited edition, signed and dated drypoint etching, titled A Temporary Partnership, sold for PS1,400.
Gallery 2, "The Mood and Atmosphere of the City," Smith and Murphy agree, is personified by Martin Lewis' wistfully enigmatic drypoint etching "Glow of the City," in which a woman on her washing-strewn tenement balcony looks longingly toward the glow of a distant skyscraper.
I use a drypoint etching technique for the album covers and vinyl and this is a similar process used for the magazine covers.
The students in Dave Kaemmings' beginning drawing class at Whitmer High School in Toledo, Ohio, had the opportunity to experience a fun and unique printing project that incorporated drypoint etching on old, recycled compact discs.
Carys Roberts - Dandy - drypoint etching, edition of 3 Since retiring as head of art at Bishop Gore Comprehensive School in Swansea, Carys Roberts has been developing her printmaking skills at Swansea Print Workshop.
Maggi's technique for this "text" is a form of drypoint etching that is paradoxically irreproducible--or when it is reproduced (say, in the shadows cast by lines in Plexiglas), it's immaterial.
Over the years he has settled on a particular technique, called drypoint etching, which involves making marks on sheets of plastic by scratching or melting it with a soldering iron, and printing from those marks.
organized by Hiraya Gallery, Manila's art-loving community has a rare chance to view master surrealist Salvador Dali's drypoint etchings in colors.
In another sequence of portraits, four inky black aquatint and drypoint etchings from 2013, the compositions are modulated to match their titles: I Shall Reign, 1 Am Reigning, I Have Reigned, I Am Without a Kingdom.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was the celebrated prints of the First World War that dominated several of the stands, with Jennings Fine Art selling its complete set of 10 Ravilious lithographs known as the Submarine Series of 1940/41 on the opening night (asking price 140,000 [pounds sterling]), while Abbott & Holder found a buyer for the powerful suite of seven drypoint etchings by the little-known Percy Delf Smith (1882-1948).