The student will notice in particular the stipple effect in the reproduction.
The stipple manner of engraving was a curious development of the art.
She wanted to know the difference between a mezzotint and a stipple print.
The land area is usually clearly distinguished from the water area by a tint or stipple.
The stripes carmine, shaded with the same; indigo in the darkest parts, or stipple with it.
Take another art, that of stipple engraving printed in colours.
This shows the stipple effect in the face and drapery, and a broken line effect in the background.
stipple, a mode of engraving by dots instead of lines, each dot when magnified showing a group of small ones.
But in the latter half of the century it was the practice to stipple it, so as to soften the edges and give it a granular texture.
Hugh Anderson, a Scot, did good line and stipple work in Philadelphia in the first quarter of the nineteenth century.