Etching: an Artist’s Guide
Etching: an Artist’s Guide by Ann Norfield
With clear instructions and visual guides, this book explains the many ways that marks are first made on metal plates before ink is applied. It goes on to introduce a broad menu of techniques, allowing the artist to develop a uniquely personal approach.
This book introduces the materials and equipment needed to get started. It gives detailed explanations of hard and soft ground, aquatint and photo-etching, as well as drypoint and photopolymer. This book also contains interviews with leading artists explaining their approaches and practical advice and tips throughout, including the importance of editioning, finishing and presentation.
|Dimensions||280 × 220 × 730 mm|