verb (used with object)
Origin of mezzotint
Related formsmez·zo·tint·er, noun
Examples from the Web for mezzotint
Mezzotint title-page and forty-four portraits on forty-three plates, one being double.
They fraternized with a phrenological harlequin who was a connoisseur in mezzotint and falconry.1001 Questions and Answers on Orthography and Reading|B. A. Hathaway
Line-engraving is now practically obsolete, while etching and mezzotint have recently come more and more to the front.
Mezzotint frontispiece by Martin, ten plates, and numerous woodcut illustrations.
Several of his portraits he engraved with his own hand in line and mezzotint.