He began to wander round the room, looking at the mezzotints.
No chintzes were so smartly calendered as hers, and on the walls were mezzotints of the ladies whom Sir Joshua had painted.
He was equally sound in his judgments on mezzotints or mutton, and preferred old English fare, with beer, to "Frenchified fuss."
To one his mezzotints, to another his Chelsea china, to another his old silver plate.
With her slenderness, her grace, her brilliant darkness, she seemed to him to belong in one of the English mezzotints on the wall.
The old Morland and Smith mezzotints have also gone—things we can never replace.
In addition to the paintings there is a large and valuable collection of rare engravings, both in mezzotints and in line.
He then proceeded to give the lie to his own modesty by talking easily and well of mezzotints and etchings.
The boudoir is the room in which small objects of art—prints, mezzotints and gouaches—show to the best advantage.
Some of the plates are on India paper, two are mezzotints, one a private plate, and all are selected impressions.