Inspired by Dr. Robert John Thorton's 1807 The Temple of Flora, Jim Dine created a similar work in scale and presentation. Dine's images achieved it's rich blacks and tones from a combination of drypoint and engraving in copperplate.
Michelle Burgess of Brighton Press collaborated with Louisiana poet Martha Serpas in this work. Intaglio, primarily etching with some drypoint, and letterpress printing on handmade paper. Bronze cast sculpture is part of the enclosure for this work by Brighton Press.
Fine press version of Anne Frank's diary with intaglio prints by Joseph Goldyne. This intaglio is titled, "Shoes with Presents" and was created with hardground etching, aquatint, spit-bite, drypoint, and roulette (mezzotint).
Hancock, James. Original etchings & dry-points; a book for the student and lover of art. 1937. NE2225 .H3 A423 FLAT, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collection
An album-bound collection of 20 etchings and dry-points. Subject matter includes the Louisiana State Capitol, Baton Rouge; St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans; Old State House, Little Rock; and various river, city, and nature scenes
The first of three intended volumes with 10 hand-colored etchings by Ronald King on the theme of a band of Brazilian ‘cangaçeiros’ of the ‘20s and ‘30s led by the notorious Lampião. Introduction by José Neistein.
Babeuf, Gracchus. The Defense of Gracchus Babeuf Before the High Court of Venôme. Edited & translated with an essay on Babeuf by John Anthony Scott. With twenty-one etched portraits by Thomas Cornell. Northampton, Mass.: Gehenna Press, 1964. DC146 .B14 A58 OVER, Rare.
Intaglio prints on St. Amand handmade paper. "All fossil imagery was created from impressions made in soft ground of life forms (found in various states of death). The fanciful gondolas were drawn in hard ground." -- Colophon.
Fine press version of Anne Frank's diary with intaglio prints by Joseph Goldyne. This intaglio is titled, "Smoking Pen" and was created with hardground etching, aquatint, drypoint, and monotype transfer by heliogravure.
Text by Virginia Woolf. Wave shaped pages laid in a cream folder. The colors of the soft ground etchings follow the different moments of the day: the darkness before morning, the sharp reds of the middle of the day, the loss of color, the return to the blue of night.
"The etchings reference art historical works and relate to the poem by myth and metaphor. The entire Hebrew text from Judges is incorporated into these intaglios. Between the columns of the text, twelve lithographs from stone depict the brutish Samson engaged in his Herculean labors." -- Artist's statement
Images and description on artist's website: https://www.michaelkuch.com/disasters-of-love
Relief etchings by Jerome Kaplan. Relief etchings (anastatic printing) are created like other etchings that use hard or soft ground resists, but the ink is applied to the surface, rather than the grooves etched into the plate. Janus Press utilizes this technique in several of their books.
Illustrated with a combination of relief etchings and pochoir using black, sienna and ochre inks on handmade paper. Pictorial cloth-covered boards, over vellum spine with exposed thread pattern can be seen in the "Exposed Bindings Gallery."
Hand printed copperplate etchings and aquatint. The colors are printed via intaglio and relief, and additional color is applied to some pages by hand, à la poupée. Lubbock's multi-process intaglio printing can be seen in Loves, Lands and Waters (2000) and Light and the Mind's Eye (1974), as well.
Fine press version of Anne Frank's diary with intaglio prints by Joseph Goldyne. This intaglio is titled, "Aerial View of Het Acherhuis, Prinsengracht 263" and was created with hardground etching, aquatint, and drypoint.