Definition of Aquatinters
1. aquatinter [n] - See also: aquatinter
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aquatinters
Literary usage of Aquatinters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York public library (1921)
"Turner, moreover, leads naturally to the "painter-aquatinters," those who made an autographic art of a process which has been known mainly as a reproductive ..."
2. The Book, Its History and Development by Cyril James Humphries Davenport (1908)
"English aquatinters, like English wood and stipple engravers, always liked colour, whether added by hand or printed in ink, and so we find that the large ..."
3. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York public library (1910)
"... Janinet and other aquatinters, who bring to mind the whole field of color prints, including much English work after Morland, Ward, Wheatley among others ..."
4. The Graphic Arts: A Treatise on the Varieties of Drawing, Painting, and by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1891)
"Several ways of getting a grain have been used by aquatinters. Some men have employed salt made to fall equally on the plate heated and covered with ..."
5. Colour Printing and Colour Printers by R. M. Burch, William Gamble (1910)
"Some of the aquatinters in colour were probably indebted for the grain of their tone plates to the roulette, invented about 1762 by FP Charpentier, ..."
6. Napoleon in Caricature 1795-1821 by Alexander Meyrick Broadley, John Holland Rose (1911)
"Ackermann was at the same time one of the most industrious editors of illustrated books in the days of the early aquatinters, and his spacious premises at ..."
7. Etching, Engraving and the Other Methods of Printing Pictures by Hans Wolfgang Singer, William Strang (1897)
"In modern times aquatinters generally make use of a fluid ' ground.' This consists of resin dissolved in rectified alcohol, and is prepared in different ..."