IDBURY PRINTS

A drypoint (pointe-sèche) is an intaglio print made by scoring a drawing into a metal plate (often copper) with a drypoint needle, usually tipped with a diamond. It is unlike an engraving in that the engraver's burin actually scoops out metal from the plate, while the drypoint needle simpy indents it, raising a characteristic burr either side of the line; sometimes this burr is removed to give a smoother look. Artists often use a drypoint needle to add final touches to an etching or engraving. We hold drypoints by Pierre Bonnard, Charles-Auguste Edelmann, Paul-Émile Bécat, Mariette Lydis, Malo Renault, and others.

 
PAUL-EMILE BECAT
Bohemian picnic, 1951
Drypoint
 
ALMERY LOBEL-RICHE
Boxing, 1925
Drypoint
 
PAUL-LOUIS GUILBERT
Brothel scene, 1952
Drypoint
 
PAUL-LOUIS GUILBERT
Brothel scene, 1952
Drypoint
 
JEANNE BARDEY
Bull's head, 1932
Drypoint
 
HERMINE DAVID
Carriage ride through a wooded valley, 1928
Drypoint
 
CHAS LABORDE
Caserne Hoche, 1924
Drypoint
 
JEANNE BARDEY
Centaur and nymph, 1932
Drypoint
 
PAUL-EMILE BECAT
Chanson pour elles, 1946
Drypoint
 
JEAN PATRICOT
Charles Ephrussi, 1905
Drypoint [sold]
 
ALMERY LOBEL-RICHE
Cheri, 1925
Drypoint
 
AUGUSTE EMILE MALO-RENAULT
Children singing in the street, 1922
Drypoint

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