|A steady hand for a study of hands--Francesco Bartolozzi.|
|As seen here, Bartolozzi left the portrait painting to |
others but was an exquisite etcher.
|While working in England, Bartolozzi had his portrait painted by no|
less than Sir Joshua Reynolds, himself. Bartolozzi's engraving
demonstrates a remarkable verisimilitude to the painting.
|Claude Mellan's Portrait of Michel de Marolles. illustrates classic engraving techniques produced by hatching and cross-hatching.|
|Before the development of color lithography in the second half of the|
19th-century, color was usually added to engravings by hand.
|Hendrick Goltzius' The Massacre of the Innocent (detail).|
|Mark Summers' engraving of|
|Daughters of Lot, Francesco Bartolozzi and Giovanni Cipriani|
|Etchings of two peasants by Wilhelm Leibl.|
|A Durer engraving. Notice the intricacies of the lines for which the|
artist became famous. Durer's engravings were original, not copies.
|Bacchante, 1786, Francesco Bartolozzi, a rare |
stipple engraving printed in colors, 2nd state.
|The Wall Street Journal features portraits of their|
journalists done with stippling and engraving.