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Scope note

Intaglio process in which the surface of the plate is methodically roughened with a rocker to produce a dark background; areas may then be lightened using various scrapers. Produces a printed image having a continuous tonal range. PRTT

This term has 4,599 records attributed within our system.

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An image of Print

Salisbury Cathedral (large plate)

Accession Number: P.174-1955

An image of Print

Ernst Wilhelm von Salisch

Accession Number: P.123-1940

An image of Print

Sir Busick Harwood MD

Accession Number: P.13-1957

An image of Print

Caleb Whitefoord Esqr.

Accession Number: P.150-1937

An image of Print

Earl of Moira

Accession Number: P.127-1959

An image of Print

Iohn Lord Fitzgibbon

Accession Number: P.21-1958

An image of Print

The Right Honble Henry Pelham

Accession Number: P.58-1952

An image of Print

The Staalmeesters or The Syndics

Accession Number: P.26-1980

An image of Print

The Right Honorable Robert, Lord Romney

Accession Number: P.10-1957

An image of Print

Joseph and John Gulston, Esqrs

Accession Number: P.20-1958

An image of Print

Portrait of Elizabeth, Lady Lee, 1739-1811

Accession Number: P.137-1937

An image of Print

Lord Pigot

Accession Number: P.54-1952

An image of Print

Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1723-1792

Accession Number: P.141-1937

An image of Print

Society of Goffers at Blackheath

Accession Number: P.369-1945

An image of Print

John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich

Accession Number: 33.A.4-16

An image of Print

Lord Robert Manners

Accession Number: P.129-1937

An image of Print

The Right Honble. Charles Hope

Accession Number: P.227-1944

An image of Print

John Gray Esq.r

Accession Number: P.87-1948

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