Artist's description:

A drypoint etching of the famous Yorkshire landmark, drawn from life. Drypoint is an engraving technique where the lines are scratched directly into the metal plate with a sharp burin, rather than etched with acid. The metal plate is then inked, wiped and printed, each print inked and wiped freshly. It leaves a characteristic soft edge or burr.

Materials used:

Drypoint etching printed with sepia oil based ink on Arches paper

Cow & Calf Rocks, Ilkley (1975)


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This artwork is sold by Kenneth Hay from France

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