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Synonyms for etching

an impression made from an etched plate

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an etched plate made with the use of acid

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making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them

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There was a new etching to be admired, and they were called on to observe what the baronet called its tones, and what Agatha would have called its degrees of smudginess.
It may be a very bad attempt at a briar, but briars don't straggle into the middle of roads frequented as that one seems to be--judging by those overdone ruts." He put the etching away, showing no disposition to look further into the portfolio, and remarked, "The only art that interests me is photography."
"And a much less troublesome and more perfect process than that," said Trefusis, pointing to the etching. "The artists are sticking to the old barbarous, difficult, and imperfect processes of etching and portrait painting merely to keep up the value of their monopoly of the required skill.
I hate etching. It makes your eyes sore--at least the acid gets into Sir Charles's, and the difference between the first and second states is nothing but imagination, except that the last state is worse than the--here's luncheon!"
Erskine," added Trefusis, lowering his voice, and turning to the poet, "you are wrong to take part with hucksters and money-hunters against your own nature, even though the attack upon them is led by a man who prefers photography to etching."
It was Gautier's Emaux et Camees, Charpentier's Japanese-paper edition, with the Jacquemart etching. The binding was of citron-green leather, with a design of gilt trellis-work and dotted pomegranates.
Amid so many marvellous engravings, there is one etching in particular, which is supposed to represent Doctor Faust, and which it is impossible to contemplate without being dazzled.
He's a master in the art of printmaking...or the process of creating etchings.
Rare etchings made by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in the early years of their marriage are to go on display for the first time.
Whistler's etchings of London capture the individual characteristics of the city and its workers.
As of tomorrow, and until next Tuesday, the Centre of Visual Arts and Research in Nicosia will be showcasing a unique exhibition of etchings by the French/American artist Edgar Chahine.
The new exhibit of Ryohei Tanaka's etchings - "Quietude" - at White Lotus Gallery is perfectly named.
In addition to the 313 etchings printed from each of the 100 plates in the Vollard Suite, there were 260 copies printed on Montval paper watermarked either "Picasso" or "Vollard."
The Sea Folios: Etchings By John Bellany, With Poems By George Bruce Watermill Gallery, Aberfeldy UNTIL 22.07 JOHN Bellany, born and bred in the fishing village of Port Seton in East Lothian, is one of Scotland's best-known painters.
You have probably seen pictures called etchings in art museums and books.