engraving

All Noun Verb
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  • He also became well known in England through engravings after his works.
  • After the failure of his paper he returned to his proper work of wood-engraving.
  • Engraving has also always been used as a method of original artistic expression.
  • Only engravings, based on a drawing that has since been lost, remain of them.
  • He re-issued it the following year with additional text and four of his own engravings.
  • An engraving of her in later years shows her holding them.
  • The surrounding ten rock faces have a small number of engravings as well.
  • When he returned he took up the art of engraving.
  • Much of his early signed work was engravings after his own drawings for the book trade.
  • He retired to his native town, and spent his last years in collecting old engravings.
  • Initially these works were often prepared as the basis of an engraving.
  • Still, there are certain applications where use of hand engraving tools cannot be replaced.
  • His best work is certainly that which he gave to engravings.
  • In this manner, only a particular depth of material is removed when the engraving takes place.
  • His engraving work is not very well known but it has been exhibited and has received awards.
  • He worked mainly in woodcut, although he made six engravings, one very fine.
  • His works rank among the great productions of the English school of engraving.
  • This is the only existing engraving signed with his full name.
  • Many of these engravings were signed, creating a period art form.
  • The work followed an early seventeenth-century engraving and the appearance of other local buildings.
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Root form of engraving is engrave for the verb.

Words starting with engraving

Meaning of engraving

  • noun A print made from an engraving
  • noun A block or plate or other hard surface that has been engraved
  • noun Making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them
  • verb Impress or affect deeply
    The event engraved itself into her memory
  • verb Carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block
    engrave a letter
  • verb Carve or cut a design or letters into
    engrave the pen with the owner's name