|Intaglio and Allied Techniques
Prints by David Crown, M.D., director of The International Mezzotint Society.
The stated primary objective is to share enthusiasm and information, and spread knowledge of the technique and its history, to other artists who may presently feel somewhat isolated. The I.M.S. also extends membership to devotees, mezzotint collectors and print-lovers.
Intaglio engravings and monotypes by A.F.Sundberg. Includes introduction text in several languages. And virtual interview with renowned art critic John Berger (Ways of Seeing).
Art by David Smith-Harrison, intaglio etchings, aquatints. Studio in San Francisco
Fine original prints, etchings, engravings. Studio in Wisconsin.
Cedric Green describes methods for non-toxic etching, including electrolytic and electrochemical methods and related techniques for intaglio plate preparation, rather than the traditional techniques using acids and hazardous solvents.
Essay on intaglio printmaking by John Gall.
Printmaker and painter based in Lancashire, displays work about war, women and rock and roll.
Intaglio presentation of the graphic artist, showing traditional graphics and Ex-Libris.