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  • noun Plural form of drypoint.

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Examples

  • Hans Scheib's drypoints of communist apparatchiks, done in a vintage expressionist style worthy of Weimar, also seemed cogent and potent.

    Gopnik's Daily Pic: East Berlin at Edison Place

  • Even if Frick wasn't always right about Rembrandt's paintings, and perhaps never right about his drawings, he fared very well where this artist's etchings and drypoints were concerned.

    Two Complementary Quests

  • In 1891, she broke new ground by publishing a series of ten color drypoints and aquatints, creating "a true masterpiece."

    Denise Dennis: Normandy: Rare Prints Exhibited at Caen

  • In 1891, she broke new ground by publishing a series of ten color drypoints and aquatints, creating "a true masterpiece."

    Denise Dennis: Normandy: Rare Prints Exhibited at Caen

  • A series of drypoints of dead birds, done in homage to Craigie Aitchison, are marvels of succinctness.

    Word pictures

  • Meryon and Helleu's drypoints, Bracquemond, Jacquemart; Félix Buhot has a following; Lalanne and Daubigny too; but in comparison with the demand for Rembrandt, Whistler, Seymour Haden, or Zorn the Paris men are not in the lead.

    Promenades of an Impressionist

  • R. S. Johnson offers an extensive presentation of etchings and drypoints by Mary Cassatt in which exquisitely refined, experimental play with technique competes for attention with touching imagery of women holding babies or sitting quietly in parlors.

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  • R. S. Johnson offers an extensive presentation of etchings and drypoints by Mary Cassatt in which exquisitely refined, experimental play with technique competes for attention with touching imagery of women holding babies or sitting quietly in parlors.

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  • Included in the impressive group of fifty-nine prints are four superb impressions by Dürer, three engravings by Van Dyck, eleven of Rembrandt's most celebrated etchings and drypoints, thirteen of Meryon's pivotal Etchings of Paris, twelve Whistler prints comprising the First Venice Set, and twelve eighteenth-century English reproductive portrait prints.

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  • Included in the impressive group of fifty-nine prints are four superb impressions by Dürer, three engravings by Van Dyck, eleven of Rembrandt's most celebrated etchings and drypoints, thirteen of Meryon's pivotal Etchings of Paris, twelve Whistler prints comprising the First Venice Set, and twelve eighteenth-century English reproductive portrait prints.

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