Intaglio process in which a sharp needle scratches the plate creating a burr that yields a characteristically soft and velvety line in the final print.
|Used for||dry-point, dry point, point, dry|
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- A drypoint etching of Professor Frederick Sinclaire by James Fitzgerald - Ministry for Culture and Heritage
- [Moore, John Lysaght], 1897-1965 :[Drypoint etchings and mezzotints. 1930s?] - Alexander Turnbull Library
- Lloyd, Trevor, 1863-1937 :The etchings of Trevor Lloyd, December 13 to January 7 [1976-1977]. 135 etching, drypoints and aquatints. Peter Webb Galleries, Corner Lorne and Wellesley Streets, Auckland. Pacific Graphics Ltd, 1976 - Alexander Turnbull Library
- Untitled [Woman seated] - Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu
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