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Stipple

Scope note

Printmaking process that achieves tonal areas by making short flicks or dots in an etching gorund, sometimes in combination with etched lines. For 15th-century process of making relief-printed engravings with stippled areas, use "dotted manner."

This term has 969 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Print

Susanna Long

Accession Number: P.3031-R

An image of Print

Abel Rous Dottin, M.P

Accession Number: P.3033-R

An image of Print

William Makepeace Thackeray

Accession Number: P.3023-R

An image of Print

Sir Robert Fitzwygram, Bart. M.P.

Accession Number: P.3043-R

An image of Print

Paul Colnaghi

Accession Number: P.3029-R

An image of Print

Alexander Baring, 1st Baron Ashburton

Accession Number: P.3040-R

An image of Print

Henry James Pye

Accession Number: P.11694-R

An image of Print

George Colman the younger

Accession Number: P.11700-R

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