The cut on p. 28 does scant justice to the scene, which, perhaps, it is not in the power of wood engraving to illustrate.
At what epoch are we to place the invention of wood engraving?
Of all the processes, wood engraving agrees best with printing.
Killing the black, a technical term in wood engraving, explained, 232.
But he did not always confine himself to wood engraving; he also employed etching and lithography.
The wood, which is very hard, is known as stone wood and has been used for wood engraving.
wood engraving was a craft to be learned, with a career for the apprentice.
The wood is used for wood engraving blocks, for tool handles, hubs, and cogs.
The tools required for wood engraving are similar but more numerous than those of the engraver on copper or steel.
In wood engraving, you leave ridges, rub the tops of them with ink, and stamp them on your paper.