Definition of Aquatinter
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Aquatinter
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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1907)
"... 42/. ; and the original etched plate of ' The Battle of Waterloo,' specially coloured by Cruikshank as instructions to the aquatinter, 25/. ..."
2. Art in Great Britain and Ireland by Walter Armstrong (1909)
"He was also an etcher and aquatinter. Much of his work was done in body color, but he also practised the more luminous method. His last employment was that ..."
3. The Book, Its History and Development by Cyril James Humphries Davenport (1908)
"Le Prince sold his secret to Charles Greville, and he passed it on to Paul Sandby, who not only became an eminent aquatinter but published a book in 1775 ..."
4. Chats on Old Prints by Arthur Hayden (1906)
"... by Stadler were produced after Prout's architectural drawings, coloured by hand, and David Cox and Turner both provided subjects for the aquatinter. ..."
5. Colour Printing and Colour Printers by R. M. Burch, William Gamble (1910)
"as the first aquatinter in colours, and the only person who was able to engrave in imitation of wash-drawings, whence the French term for the process, ..."
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