Definition of Aquatinted
1. aquatint [v] - See also: aquatint
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aquatinted
Literary usage of Aquatinted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1803)
"The journal, which may be useful to future travelers, is illustrated with aquatinted plates, of which we cannot speak very highly. ART. XIV. ..."
2. Catalogue of Prints by National Art Library (Great Britain), Martin Hardie (1906)
"aquatinted by W. Pickett. London : Pub. Jan. 15, 1803, by Jn°. Girtin, №. ... Lettered Drawn it Etch'd by Thos. Girtin. aquatinted by FC Lewis. ..."
3. Supplement to the Handbook of the S.P. Avery Collection in the New York by Samuel Putnam Avery, Frank Weitenkampf (1921)
"... Pont Neuf: the Mint, aquatinted by FC Lewis; General view of Paris, ... aquatinted by W. Pickett; View from Palace Terrace, aquatinted by JC Stadler; ..."
4. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1909)
"... painting, and sculpture of Great Britain, a series of plates etched and aquatinted by himself; but he lived to complete only three parts. ..."
5. Cathedral Antiquities: Historical and Descriptive Accounts, with 311 by John Britton (1836)
"View of the West Front, aquatinted and coloured, was engraved by C. Brome, from a drawing ... The plate was aquatinted after a few impressions were worked. ..."
6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1792)
"(nkes, to I« aquatinted for publication ... town and abbey, dran n and etched by hiin- felf, and aquatinted hy F. Jukes. Early iu 1791, having made ..."