William Blake

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William Blake

  1. 1.  practice of incising a design on to a flat surface cutting grooves into it a decorated object in itself an intaglio printing plate of a metal for printing images on paper as prints or illustrations these images are also called engravings.
  2. 2.  acid plates İnk Paper Copper Gravers Mezzotint Burnisher
  3. 3.  Gravers or Burins Their size and shape change according to different line types Small cutting points
  4. 4.  Burnisher for certain stone setting techniques
  5. 5.  Mezzotint for texturing effects
  6. 6.  They include linseed oil in many colours poppy oil in some and a mixture of these possibly walnut oil in others These oil types are typical of artists oil paint both hand-ground in the late 18th
  7. 7. Themes; God’s power in creation Seventeen plates for The Tyger
  8. 8. Themes; symbol of suffering innocence and Jesus Christ Blake etched the Songs of Innocence in relief thirty-one plates for The Lamb
  9. 9.  twenty small plates Was etched in relief
  10. 10.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQv ghHs15hA

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