When an etching has been made, prints are made from the metal block. Very often these are not numbered. However, for collectors' items there is often a fixed number, say 200, and the individual copies are numbered, very often in the form 1/200, and so forth. Sometimes the block is then destroyed and cannot be used again. Sometimes, however, the block is kept and used again. If this happens there should be a clear indication that the 'print run' is that of a re-use or to use the technical term, a re-strike. One common way of doing this is to use Roman numerals for the re-strike. The whole area can sometimes be problematical. There are analogies with vintage photographs. I hope that this helps.
Joncey It had always meant the addition of another image at the foot of the image, in the margin. Such as a printers logo or added art work . Some thing that the one doing it thinks will add value. Usually done on another plate or stamp then applied to the finished print. Thus striking the print again. JD
A 'restrike' normally refers to an impression taken from the original etching plate, but not with the permission of the artist. It is normally taken posthumously and not necessarily as part of an edition. Chris
Restrike Etching created the Moonrise.
i have a print from the national gallery crossing the brook by turner is this valuable
That would most likely be an 1847 Victoria gold Sovereign restrike. A "restrike" is a coin struck at a later date using the original dies.
Etching is a process to produce semiconductor devices. It is also used in printing. Wet etching and Dry etching are possible.
An etching on paper is a print made from a metal plate, called an etching.
Skin and eyes accidents with etching materials.
ilver in Ressler London etching?
Drawing with crayons is not etching. You do not dig into anything with crayons. To create a crayon etching, you would need to use the crayon to indent something.
George Taylor Plowman has written: 'Etching and other graphic arts' -- subject(s): Etching, Engraving, Drawing, Technique, Prints 'Manual of etching' -- subject(s): Etching
Wikipedia has an 'Etching by Daniel Hopfer, who is believed to have been the first to apply the technique to printmaking.' See the entry for 'etching'. There is more information there of course.
Yes, but the etching solution and type to be used depends on the material
what are Lionel Barrymore gold etching worth
it is an etching. not in colour
New York Etching Club was created in 1877.
Undetailed info: it has to do with "bathing" the etching sheets in mild acid baths
Leonard Edmondson has written: 'Etching' -- subject(s): Etching, Technique
Glass etching is made with H2SiF6 or a HF solution.
David Deuchar has written: 'A collection of etchings after the most eminent masters of the Dutch and Flemish Schools particularly Rembrandt, Ostade, Cornelius, Bega, and Van Vliet' 'A collection of etchings, after the most eminent masters of the Dutch and Flemish schools' -- subject(s): Dutch Etching, Etching, Etching, Dutch, Etching, Flemish, Flemish Etching
How much is an A. Burnet De Baines etching worth?
Ivan Dmitri has written: 'Making an etching' -- subject(s): Etching, Technique
Glass etching pastes or cremes contain fluoride. The most common are sodium fluoride and hydrogen fluoride. This does not 'etch' the glass, it causes fluoridation which looks like etching.
The difference between the two intaglio processes of etching and engraving is the use of acid. Engraving is a form of dry point and etching uses acid.
If the etching is one of a kind, I recomend looking for the name of the artist on the etching. If there is a name, you can look up the artist and get a general idea of what a piece of his/her art is worth. If there are more than one sculpture/etching of this same theme. Try to find the price or value of the other.