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Copy of Intaglio-a-go-go

Lecture for intaglio unit in introduction to printmaking class.
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Jessica Davis

on 13 September 2016

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Transcript of Copy of Intaglio-a-go-go

Methods
Acid
Student Examples
Non-acid
Drypoint
Line Engraving
Mezzotint
Line Etching (Hard Ground)
Soft-Ground
Aquatint
INTAGLIO
Intaglio ( /ntæli.o/ in-TAL-ee-oh) is a family of printmaking techniques in which the image is incised into a surface, known as the matrix or plate, and the incised line or area holds the ink. Normally, copper or zinc plates are used as a surface, and the incisions are created by etching, engraving, drypoint, aquatint or mezzotint.
Roots: 15th c.
metal craftsman
Ink it!
Wipe it!
Press it!
Engraving was the precursor
to other forms of intalgio
and its connection to
printmaking
Breastplate with Etched Figure Kneeling before Crucifixion
c. 1550
Germany, Nuremberg
Steel
Martin Schongauer
The Passion: Christ Before Pilate
Late 15th c.
Germany
Schongauer was the first
known engraver on metal.
His work would greatly
impact the work of other
engravers working with this
technique.
Master of the Housebook
Circa 1475-80
Woman with Two Children and a Blank Shield
Drypoint
German or Netherlandish
Master of the Housebook
Circa 1475-80
Bearded Man with Blank Shield
Drypoint
German or Netherlandish
Drypoint: This is what you will be doing first.
Albrecht Dürer
Adam and Eve
1504
Engraving printed in black on laid paper
Germany
The work by Durer changed
the skill of engraving from
craft to art. Those who chose
to be engravers studied it as
as an art form rather than a
craft.
Rembrandt van Rijn
Christ Crucified between the Two Thieves: The Three Crosses
1653
Drypoint and engraving on vellum; first state of five
Netherlands
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes
And There's Nothing to Be Done (Y no hai remedio)
1810-1820; published 1863
Etching, drypoint, burin, and burnisher
Spain
Käthe Kollwitz
Woman with Dead Child
1903
Etching
Germany
Käthe Kollwitz
After the Battle, IX
1907
Soft-ground etching with
sand-ground aquatint on paper
Germany
Briony Morrow-Cribbs
Creating the Etchings for "Wicked Bugs"
Etching
2011
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Printmaking Processes: Intaglio
2008
Print it!
Scratch it!
Mezzotint
Hard Ground
Soft Ground
Photo Etching
Drypoint
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