engraving

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Synonyms for engraving

Synonyms for engraving

making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them

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An exhibition of copper engravings, linocuts and highly coloured wooden sculptures which Christine Penn has produced over the past 40 years.
In his drawings, copper engravings, and drypoints, one might detect the influences of Kandinsky and Klee, two artists he admired early in his career.
Kircher obviously had his books of ideas copiously illustrated with expensive copper engravings often paid for from money gifts given to him by indulgent rulers.
With a nuanced and disciplined eye, Lara scrutinizes an impressive range of sources such as Christian missionary texts, architecture, indigenous codices, woodblock prints, copper engravings, and religious artwork that combines indigenous techniques with European iconography.
In Germany earlier that century Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach, the director of the botanical garden in Dresden, published Iconographia botanica exotica in 1827-1830, with text in Latin and illustrated with 250 copper engravings of exotic plants.
However, it was in the 18th and 19th centuries that copper engravings became popular.
Said big partner orders Charlie to defend a distant relative in Nevada (Rip Torn) who's guilty of selling copper engravings of Abraham Lincoln - in other words, pennies - through the mail.