Intaglio printmaking is a term to describe the use of metal plates, usually copper or zinc, to produce hand-pulled limited edition prints. Artists in this media work in a a variety of processes including etching, engraving, drypoint, mezzotint, aquatint, photogravure, and direct-gravure. The categories aim is to provide a venue for those artists who use the intaglio medium to create original prints or works of art as a means of artistic expression.
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Printmaker from Berlin, Germany. Gallery of multi-plate etchings and sculptures, biography and exhibitions.
Gallery of graphics art works using a variety of intaglio techniques by artist based in Lithuania.
Gallery of etchings, drawings and paintings by Russian artist Vitaliy Gubarev.
Gallery of stylized and mystical intaglio prints, drawings, paintings and exhibition information.
Intaglio and digital printmaking techniques with wax. Brief biography, CV, information about exhibitions and links to galleries.
Etchings, monoprints and mixed media prints inspired by the environment by Dutch artist Marisa Keller.
Portfolio and information about contemporary Irish printmaker, with step-by-step guide to intaglio printmaking.
Examples of work by Portland, Maine printmaker Ron Slater, with information about upcoming venues and exhibits. The page includes links to other art resources.
An intaglio printmaker living and working in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. Artist's curriculum vitae, publications and images from past and current exhibitions.
British Printmaker based in Wales. Recent biography, gallery of original prints using intaglio processes.
Artist and printmaker from UK specialises in etchings and carborundum prints with a landscape theme.
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