Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Joel C. Moss
A combination of the etching and aquatint techniques were superimposed over relief color-printing giving this linear medium a painterly effect. The above process was also used with the woodcut producing a most pleasing effect. In both the woodcut and etching techniques, the relief process was found to be preferable for color-printing, while the intaglio process was employed exclusively to produce the linear quality. Line and artistic, compositional design treatment are definite functional characteristics of both media.
Cornwell, Dorothy A., "An Experimental Investigation of the Processes and Techniques Employed in the Woodcut, Etching, and Aquatint" (1963). Master's Theses. 778.
Copyright 1963 Dorothy A. Cornwell