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a print produced by dry point engraving

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a steel needle for engraving without acid on a bare copper plate

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1 -- 4 -- color) Jasper Johns used encaustic for ``Figure 8'' (1959), above, and, at top, ``Figure 5'' (1955) and ``Small Numbers in Color'' (1959); ``Figure 1'' (1976), top right, is a dry point intaglio engraving.
She had a successful association in the Duke Of Devonshire's straw colours with Dry Point and also managed to tame Mick Naughton's tearaway Quip into settling well enough to win three races.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- The renowned painter and printmaker Robert Kipniss has reserved paintings from the last four years for his upcoming exhibition at Weinstein Gallery, a celebration coinciding with the release of Intaglios: 1982-2004, a catalogue raisonne of the artist's mezzotint and dry point work.
This extraordinary story is illustrated with stylized prints in dry point and etchings on sepia backgrounds.
All of these artists created bold compositions using the medium of collagraphs, photo etching, stamped, etching, aquatint, spit-bite, dry point and mixed media.