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  • This could also mean that the etching itself may have been a team effort.
  • At last I took it into my head to etch once more. Cited from Autobiography, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • I do not know at what date my mother began to etch on copper. Cited from Miscellanea, by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • When the newspaper came out with his etching on the front page demand for his work followed.
  • Etching Hill is situated just over one mile from the actual town centre.
  • Together they developed techniques for etching sound and image directly on film.
  • The property also contains some smaller buildings including two used as an oil painting studio and an etching studio.
  • On the left is the now famous window where distinguished persons etched their name onto the glass.
  • The titles of his well-known prison etching works had two versions.
  • His grave was marked with only a small stone block, etched with a number.
  • Compared with methods used for mass production, the etching time is long.
  • During the following twenty-five years he produced many works of art in both lithography and etching.
  • Graffiti left by them can still be seen today etched into the interior stone.
  • On the plate he had etched a record of his visit to the island.
  • Rather than including a b-side, the reverse side of the record is an etching.
  • For example, painting and etching can be used in a way that give the appearance of metal or stone.
  • Pieces etched this way were used for printing the structure directly on paper.
  • He began to etch early in life: he ceased only when his eyesight failed. Cited from Rembrandt, by Mortimer Menpes
  • There he learned to produce etching works which became to an important basic for his later coloured art works.
  • Since the late 1990s, he has been engaged primarily in sculpture and etching.
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Meaning of etch

  • verb Make an etching of
    He etched her image into the surface
  • verb Cause to stand out or be clearly defined or visible
    a face etched with pain, the leafless branches etched against the sky
  • verb Selectively dissolve the surface of (a semiconductor or printed circuit) with a solvent, laser, or stream of electrons