verb (used with or without object)
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Origin of aquatint
OTHER WORDS FROM aquatintaq·ua·tint·er, aq·ua·tint·ist, noun
Words nearby aquatint
Example sentences from the Web for aquatint
Aquatint, a method of etching on copper by which a beautiful effect is produced, resembling a fine drawing in sepia or Indian ink.
The print is executed in bold outline, filled in with aquatint, and coloured in capital imitation of the original drawing.
In these etching merely provides the ground plan for the use of mezzotint, or, more rarely, aquatint.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
The plate has a wash of aquatint, all over it, and the etching is free and bold.
From the extreme delicacy of the aquatint Engravings of this Work, a limited number of Impressions only can be taken from them.Chronicles of London Bridge|Richard Thompson