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- n. A person who etches
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- n. One who etches.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who etches; one whose profession is etching.
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- n. someone who etches
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Paris set, but knew the etcher was a hopeless character.
Young, John (1755 – 1825): mezzotint engraver and etcher.
 Richard Cooper (d. 1814) was an etcher and engraver, well known especially for landscapes.
Dan Reetz started it all by posting his initial design on instructibles. com — winning a competition for a laser etcher in the process.
But once the studio acquired a laser-etching machine, the designers went wild exploring other mediums and the etcher has not been turned off since.
A painter and etcher, George Gascoyne painted landscape, genre and literary subjects.
He was also a highly skilled landscape painter, etcher and poster designer.
Photographers Herlinda Diaz of Chapala and Ricardo Gonzalez of Ajijic attended along with etcher and mixed media artist Cathy Closs; mixed media artist and writer Judy Dykstra-Brown; acrylic and collage artist Adis Soriano from Ajijic and wood refinisher, cabinetmaker, and painter Leandro Diaz of San Antonio Tlayacapan.
"Piranesi" presents a collection of prints by influential Venetian architect and etcher Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), depicting architectural fantasies and Roman cityscapes.
The exhibition also shows rare drawings by Maso Finiguerra (1426-64), the Florentine goldsmith, engraver, and pioneering etcher.