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Superb Lilies (from A Temple of Flora) by Jim Dine Etching, drypoint, photogravure & hand coloring.

Superb Lilies (from A Temple of Flora) by Jim Dine Etching, drypoint, photogravure hand coloring

"Bee" | dry point etching, by Nicola Cavalla

"Bee": dry point etching, by Nicola Cavalla

Jake Muirhead 'Strawberry', soft-ground etching, aquatint and drypoint

Jake Muirhead 'Strawberry', soft-ground etching, aquatint and drypoint

"Pine Trees" in detail (pair of six-folded screens; ink on paper), by HASEGAWA Tohaku (1539~1610): National Treasure of Japan 長谷川等伯 松林図(国宝)

Eating The Book of Symbols

"Pine Trees" in detail (pair of six-folded screens; ink on paper), by HASEGAWA Tohaku National Treasure of Japan 長谷川等伯『松林図屏風』(国宝)

Dry point is the most direct form of intaglio.  The artist simply takes a sharp point and uses it to scratch into the metal plate to create ...

Dry point is the most direct form of intaglio. The artist simply takes a sharp point and uses it to scratch into the metal plate to create .

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