Although an excellent draughtsman and etcher, it was as a colourist that he chiefly excelled.
Levon West, the etcher, once attended Glen Ullin high school.
No etcher had got such fullness of colour without a mass of cross-hatching that takes away from the freshness.
He was an etcher too, and some of his plates are still preserved.
At the same time, we find Choffard, another designer and etcher of much repute, and sought after by the booksellers.
The etcher runs no risk of any kind by his rule of abstinence.
As a lithographer and etcher, his work resembles that of Henri Leys.
He is also an etcher of great merit, and an original sculptor.
A painter and a colorist, 52 in this book he displays his genius as an etcher.
Messrs. Cassell and others issued portfolios of prints, and every painter became an etcher.
1630s, "to engrave by eating away the surface of with acids," from Dutch etsen, from German ätzen "to etch," from Old High German azzon "cause to bite, feed," from Proto-Germanic *atjanan, causative of *etanan "eat" (see eat). Related: Etched; etching.