IDBURY PRINTS

Etching is a method of intaglio printing in which the lines drawn by the artist on a metal plate coated with a ground of wax are bitten into the plate with acid. Some etchers also add fine lines directly onto the plate with a drypoint needle, as Rembrandt did. We have work by many of the masters of twentieth-century etching, including Alméry Lobel-Riche, Roger Chastel, and Terry Haass.

 
REMBRANDT
Alter Mann mit goldner Kette, 1886
Etching
 
ARNOLD BOCKLIN
Altrömische Taverne, 1880
Etching
 
JOSEF DAMBERGER
Am häuslichen Herd, 1894
Etching
 
WILLIAM UNGER
Am Karst, 1907
Etching [sold]
 
FRANZ HOFER
Am Moldauufer bei Prag, 1916
Etching
 
KARL HOLLECK-WEITHMANN
Am Morgen, 1904
Etching [sold]
 
THEODOR JOSEPH HAGEN
Am Niederrhein, 1893
Etching
 
AUGUST VON PETTENKOFEN
Am Spinnrocken, 1890
Etching
 
EDMUND HARBURGER
Am Stillen Heerd, 1884
Etching
 
ALBERT KRUGER
Am Strand von Göhren (Rügen), 1894
Etching
 
MENCI CLEMENS CRNCIC
Am Ufer, 1897
Etching
 
CARL THEODOR MEYER-BASEL
Am Wasser, 1895
Etching

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