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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...
- John Raphael Smith (1751 – 2 March 1812) was a British painter and mezzotinter, son of Thomas Smith of Derby, the landscape painter, and father of John...
- Tim Tell-Troth's Knavery of Astrology (1680). Visual evidence such as mezzotints and print media is also identified revealing scenes of flagellation, such...
- James I and his royal progeny, by Charles Turner, from a mezzotint by Samuel Woodburn (1814), after Willem de P****e...
- A 1777 mezzotint of Sir William Howe, British Commander-in-Chief from 1775–1778...
- (1729?–1765) was an Irish mezzotinter. He was born in Cow Lane (later Gr**** Street), Dublin, around 1729. He learnt mezzotint-engraving from John Brooks...
- Miracle Legion produced a final album released by Mulcahy's own label, Mezzotint Records. In 1999, the label released Music from The Adventures of Pete...
- Mrs. Jordan in the Character of Hypolita, mezzotint by John Jones of London, 1791, after a painting by John Hoppner...
- profession features in erotic prints of the era, such as the British Museum mezzotint "The Cully Flaug'd" (c. 1674–1702), and in accounts of forbidden books...
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