engraving

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the practice of incising a design onto a hard, flat surface, by cutting grooves into it
the art of drawing music notation at high quality, see Engraving
an engraved image
Present participle of engrave
{n} a picture or mark engraved
Engraving is used for the decoration of the surface itself; also, for producing an original, from which a pattern or design may be printed on paper
The act or art of producing upon hard material incised or raised patterns, characters, lines, and the like; especially, the art of producing such lines, etc
The general term for incising lines directly into a metal plate or, in the case of wood engraving, an end grain block of hard wood, in intaglio, engraving differs from etching in that the plate is not grounded, and it is the pressure of the tool, not the use of an acid bath, that creates the lines in the metal top
> The method used to inscribe metal surfaces or to add decorations  A 'graver' cuts thin furrows into the surface after a certain pattern, thereby removing a small amount of metal (unlike chasing)
A form of printing whereby an image is created by scoring a stamping plate with a carving tool The inked plate transfers the image in reverse onto the paper or fabric
{i} art of carving out letters or designs on hard surfaces
Printing technique in which an intaglio image is produced by cutting a metal plate or box directly with a sharp engraving tool The incised lines are linked and printed with the heavy pressure
Method for printing in which a design is cut or etched into a metal plate; these cuts are then filled with ink and transferred directly to paper
This is probably the oldest of the intaglio processes The design is cut into a hard surface usually metal, with a sharp tool called a burin which carves a line of varying with and depth This line when inked and printed is clear and sharp This prosess is also used in the designs of bank notes, postage stamps, etc
An engraving is a picture that has been printed from a plate on which designs have been cut. a color engraving of oranges and lemons. Any of various processes of cutting a design into a plate or block of metal or wood. The cutting is done by a graver, or burin, on a copper, zinc, aluminum, or magnesium plate, and the design is printed with a roller press from ink rubbed into the incised grooves. Wood engraving derives from the woodcut, but the use of the hard, smooth boxwood, cut with the burin commonly used by the copper-plate engraver, produces a finer, more detailed image. By contrast with engraving from metal plates, the printing of wood engravings is done from the surface of the plate or block; the parts that are not to be printed are cut away. See also etching
The art of incising a design on metal In printing, the design is etched onto a metal plate which is then inked and imprinted onto paper The nature of metal allowed for greater detail to be included with engraving plates than could be achieved with wooden blocks
n 1 An artistic process by which a plate is carved with a sharp tool and filled with ink to transfer the ink to the paper 2 Artwork made from such a process
An intaglio technique in which a metal plate is manually incised with a burin, an engraving tool with a V-shaped metal shaft Depending on the angle and degree of pressure with which they were scooped out of the metal (usually copper) plate, the incised lines may vary in width and darkness when printed The result is a very steady and considered line, with crisp edges where the burin has cut through the metal
a technique of cutting into the surface of glass with a metal or stone wheel to create lines or forms, such as portraits
An impression from an engraved plate, block of wood, or other material; a print
making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them
This is probably the oldest of the intaglio processes The design is cut into a hard surface, usually metal, with a sharp tool called a burin which carves a line out of the metal very cleanly, giving a clear and sharp final line This process is used in the design of bank notes, postage stamps, etc
in the surface of metal plates or blocks of wood
An Intaglio technique similar to drypoint When engraving, the artist cuts his design directly into the metal plate The depth and thickness of the line can be altered by hand pressure As in the other intaglio methods, ink gathers in the recessed areas Dampened paper is then pressed against the plate to absorb the ink and produce an image in reverse
(1) The art of producing a depressed design on a wood or metal block by cutting it in with a tool (2) The impression or image made from such a wood or metal block by ink that fills the design Compare burin, etching, woodcut
a print made from an engraving
Glass can be engraved with numerous patterns Our glass is engraved freehand -- a task which requires precision, an eye for proportion, and a steady hand The design is produced step by step The proper bit must be chosen for each detail in the design This means that a complicated design requires the use of several different bits Because the design usually consists of flowers, leaves, bows, and so forth, the process is sometimes called "blomslipning" or "floral engraving" in Swedish
a block or plate that has been engraved
A printing process whereby lines are incised on a highly polished metal plate by means of a sharp-pointed instrument, diamond-shaped in cross section, called a burin or graver The tool works like a plough cutting a furrow The strength of the line may be increased by cutting deeper The burin is held in a fixed position and, to produce a curved line, the plate itself is turned This makes engraving a slow and painstaking technique producing controlled, formal results
Printing method using a plate, also called a die, with an image cut into its surface
That which is engraved; an engraved plate
(English) The cutting of a design into a metal surface Engraved metal plates were used in printing, and the resulting print on paper is also called an engraving
Printing method using a metal plate (die) with an image carved into it
An intaglio process in which lines are cut into a metal plate and then filled with ink to transfer the image onto paper
making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them a block or plate that has been engraved a print made from an engraving
designs achieved by cutting the surface of metal by the use of sharp tools, called gravers, which remove small amounts of metal
process of cutting into the surface of the metal for decorative effect This method is widely used for inscriptions, coats of arms and ornament A variety of effects are achieved by using different cutting tools
Precise grooves are cut into the plate with a sharp tool called a burin; widely used for early reproductive printmaking
An engraving is a picture or design that has been cut into a surface
A printing process whereby images such as copy or art are etched onto a plate When ink is applied, these etched areas act as small wells to hold the ink; paper is forced against this die and the ink is lifted out of the etched areas creating raised images on the paper
- the lines of a drawing are cut into a metal plate (always copper in the seventeenth century) with a sharp v-shaped metal instrument called a graver or burin The completed plate would then be covered with ink and the surface wiped, the incised lines retaining ink The inked design would then be transferred to a sheet of wet paper as both plate and paper were run through a roller press under pressure The plate would then be re-inked for each impression
a print made by cutting a design into a metal plate with a pointed steel tool known as a burin The plate is inked, and the ink wiped off, except for that remaining in the groove Then the plate, covered with a damp sheet of paper, is run through a heavy press to reproduce an image the reverse of that on the plate
engravement
engrave
To put in a grave, to bury

So both agree their bodies to engraue; / The great earthes wombe they open to the sky .

line engraving
A picture produced by printing from such an engraving
line engraving
Engraving in which the effects are produced by lines of different width and closeness, cut with the burin upon copper or similar material; also, a plate so engraved
engrave
to cut or carve in or upon some surface
engrave
{v} to cut out figures, to imprint
Bureau of Printing and Engraving
bureau of the U.S. Treasury that designs engraves and prints all types of valuable federal bills and vouchers (currency, postage stamps, treasury notes, food stamps, etc.)
Engrave
engraven
bureau of engraving and printing
the agency of the Treasury Department that produces currency
engrave
{f} carve out letters or designs on hard surfaces; impress deeply
engrave
To impress deeply; to infix, as if with a graver
engrave
To carve text or symbols into (something), usually for the purposes of identification or art
engrave
carve, cut, or etch into a block used for printing or print from such a block; "engrave a letter"
engrave
To decorate metal by gouging a design with graver's tools; embellishing metal or other material with patterns using a stamping tool or drill This was a popular technique in mid-Victorian jewelry The resulting depressions were often filled with colored enamel Also refers to inscribing a dedication or monogram to identify a piece Stamped pieces can be designed to imitate hand engraving Under magnification, the design is much more sharp in a hand engraved piece, with subtle irregularities
engrave
carve, cut, or etch a design or letters into; "engrave the pen with the owner's name"
engrave
To form or represent by means of incisions upon wood, stone, metal, or the like; as, to engrave an inscription
engrave
If you engrave something with a design or words, or if you engrave a design or words on it, you cut the design or words into its surface. Your wedding ring can be engraved with a personal inscription at no extra cost Harrods will also engrave your child's name on the side I'm having `John Law' engraved on the cap. a bottle engraved with her name
engrave
To cut with a graving instrument in order to form an inscription or pictorial representation; to carve figures; to mark with incisions
engrave
To decorate metal by gouging a design with graver's tools This was a popular technique in mid-Victorian jewelry The resulting depressions were often filled with colored enamel Also refers to inscribing a dedication or monogram to identify a piece Stamped pieces can be designed to imitate hand engraving Under magnification, the design is much more sharp in a hand engraved piece, with subtle irregularities
engrave
To mark, print, or incise letters or designs onto a surface, usually paper, with a photo-etched and hand-finished die The die, or engraving, is usually metal, although it can be stone, wood, or other material Engravings are one level and shallow to carry ink in the recessed areas of the die before transferring the ink to the paper
engrave
impress or affect deeply; "The event engraved itself into her memory"
engrave
To carve (something) into a material
engrave
to cut figures or letters into wood or metal
engrave
carve in a wood, metal, or stone; cut in
engrave
impress or affect deeply; "The event engraved itself into her memory
engrave
carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface; "engrave a pen"; "engraved the winner's name onto the trophy cup" carve, cut, or etch a design or letters into; "engrave the pen with the owner's name" carve, cut, or etch into a block used for printing or print from such a block; "engrave a letter" impress or affect deeply; "The event engraved itself into her memory
engrave
To produce a raised printed surface by printing with a cut-away plate
engrave
Engraving is a method of surface decoration in which a design is etched into the surface with a sharp tool
engrave
To deposit in the grave; to bury
engrave
One kind of process used to create characters on stamping equipment, it involves using a single lip tapered tool to cut the character shape from the material
engrave
To cut in; to make by incision
engrave
carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface; "engrave a pen"; "engraved the winner's name onto the trophy cup"
engravings
Prints taken on paper from incised plates The two main classes of engravings are intaglio and relief In intaglio engraving, the line engraved has a positive value The line which is engraved on the plate is the line which appears on the print Heavy pressure is applied to the plate to extract the ink from the plate to the paper In relief engraving, the lines engraved are negatives to leave the design in relief Relief printing, or surface printing, transfers ink from the lines left on the surface of a plate (like printing from type)
engravings
plural of engraving
engravings
50 years from the author’s death or 50 years from when it was first published if this occurs after the author’s death
steel engraving
A print from an engraved steel plate Steel engravings are oftentimes recognized by a stiffness found in their paper, although the engraved lines themselves exhibit a very fine quality Steel engraving developed in the late 1700s and early 1800s It was in 1819 that steel engraving gained commercial use when Charles Heath and Jacob Perkins worked together to develop currencies difficult to forgerize Copper plates were found to be made more durable by facing them with steel Steel engraving remained a very important method of printing until around 1880
steel engraving
An engraving on a steel plate, after prepared first with etched lines in the regular pattern of an engraving
steel engraving
the act of engraving on a steel plate
steel engraving
an impression taken from an engraved steel plate
steel engraving
engraving on a steel plate
steel engraving
the act of engraving on a steel plate an impression taken from an engraved steel plate
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