Examples from the Web for etchings
The etchings on the plates to The Poetical Magazine were worked fairly away and renewed.Rowlandson the Caricaturist. First Volume|Joseph Grego
The etchings were also shown in decorated rooms in Boston and Philadelphia.
So, too, were those of Rubens; while Rembrandt's etchings were altogether published separately.Modern Illustration|Joseph Pennell
None of the paintings of him that I have seen do him justice, and the etchings are not much of an improvement on the paintings.Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions|Slason Thompson
No etchings were made, though we believe he did a water-colour or pastel.
British Dictionary definitions for etchings
Word Origin and History for etchings
1630s, action of the verb etch, also "the art of engraving;" 1760s as "a print, etc., made from an etched plate."
Culture definitions for etchings
An artistic print made from a plate on which the artist has etched a design with acid. (Compare engraving.)