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The second plate is crossed with very fine stipple, and an old man is introduced in the background with his hand on his bald head.ROWLANDSON THE CARICATURIST. FIRST VOLUMEJOSEPH GREGO
The subject is engraved in stipple, and, as a print after Rowlandson, it exhibits unusual quality and finish.ROWLANDSON THE CARICATURIST. FIRST VOLUMEJOSEPH GREGO
The stipple manner of engraving was a curious development of the art.ENGRAVING FOR ILLUSTRATIONJOSEPH KIRKBRIDE
Even the dots of a stipple are not made in that aimless fashion which their appearance might at first suggest.ENGRAVING FOR ILLUSTRATIONJOSEPH KIRKBRIDE
His style was free and spirited, and he was one of the first English engravers to prove the merits of stipple engraving.ENGRAVING FOR ILLUSTRATIONJOSEPH KIRKBRIDE
A dry duster is now used to stipple with, which, if properly done, will distribute the color evenly; it is now ready for combing.SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, VOLUME XXIV., NO. 12, MARCH 18, 1871VARIOUS
In the really handsome fan engraved in stipple by Godefroy we have an apotheosis of Bonaparte.HISTORY OF THE FANGEORGE WOOLLISCROFT RHEAD
Etching is occasionally supplemented by stipple-engraving and the free use of the roulette.HISTORY OF THE FANGEORGE WOOLLISCROFT RHEAD
The stripes carmine, shaded with the same; indigo in the darkest parts, or stipple with it.MRS. HALE'S RECEIPTS FOR THE MILLIONSARAH JOSEPHA HALE
In stipple engraving, the burin and the dry point are used alternately, according to the degree of vigour or delicacy required.ENGRAVING: ITS ORIGIN, PROCESSES, AND HISTORYHENRI DELABORDE

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