This item sold on April 1, 2013.
A word about etching: The process saw its origins in the early Renaissance and has been popular with artists for centuries. The drawing is scratched into a copper plate with a needle and a variety of other techniques. Ink is then rubbed into these marks and the image is transferred to the paper by running the copper plate through a very heavy etching press.
Image size: 4 1/2"x 5 1/2"
Hand printed on white archival Stonehenge paper with black ink.
Etched in copper and drawn by hand.
Edition size: 200
All etchings for sale unframed.