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Definition of Mezzotinter

Mezzotinter
Mezzotinter Mez"zo*tint`er, n. One who engraves in mezzotint.

Meaning of Mezzotinter from wikipedia

- of the Rhine Wallerant Vaillant (1623 – 1677, the first professional mezzotinter) John Smith (c. 1652 – c. 1742) Jan van der Vaart (c. 1650 - 1727, Dutchman...
- "The Mezzotint" is a ghost story by British writer M. R. James, included in his first collection Ghost Stories of an Antiquary (1904). Mr. Williams, the...
- surface of the matrix. Intaglio techniques include engraving, etching, mezzotint, aquatint. Planographic, where the matrix retains its original surface...
- developed an intense interest in mezzotinting and soon began his career in that art and as an engraver in general. As a mezzotinter, for over fifty years, he...
- John Raphael Smith (1751 – 2 March 1812) was a British painter and mezzotinter. He was the son of Thomas Smith of Derby, the landscape painter, and father...
- The Great Executioner is a mezzotint by the soldier and amateur artist Prince Rupert of the Rhine (1619-1682), finished in 1658. The subject of the picture...
- James's fiction. In The Great Railway Bazaar, Paul Theroux refers to "The Mezzotint" as "the most frightening story I know". In his list "The 13 Most Terrifying...
- Richard Earlom (baptised 14 May 1743 – 9 October 1822) was an English mezzotinter. Earlom was born and died in London. His natural faculty for art appears...
- "The Macaroni. A real Character at the late Masquerade", mezzotint by Philip Dawe, 1773...
- Not to be confused with George Frederic Watts. George Fiddes Watt (15 February 1873 – 22 November 1960) was a Scottish portrait painter and engraver. Watt...
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