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Drypoint Collection

Drypoint is a versatile and captivating printmaking technique that has been used by artists throughout history to create stunning works of art

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Ancient and Modern Jerusalem Map Engraving

Ancient and Modern Jerusalem Map Engraving
Engraved illustration of Ancient and Modern Jerusalem Map Engraving from The Popular Pictorial Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Published in 1862. Copyright has expired on this artwork

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Travels of The Apostle Paul Map Engraving

Travels of The Apostle Paul Map Engraving
Engraved illustration of the Travels of The Apostle Paul Map Engraving from The Popular Pictorial Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Published in 1862

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Berlin, Germany Map

Berlin, Germany Map
Engraved illustrations of a Map of the City of Berlin, Germany from Iconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature and Art, Published in 1851. Copyright has expired on this artwork

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Wanderings of the Israelites Map Engraving

Wanderings of the Israelites Map Engraving
Engraved illustration of Wanderings of the Israelites Map Engraving from The Popular Pictorial Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Published in 1862. Copyright has expired on this artwork

Background imageDrypoint Collection: The Wingless Chimera, 1911. Creator: David Young Cameron

The Wingless Chimera, 1911. Creator: David Young Cameron
The Wingless Chimera, 1911

Background imageDrypoint Collection: A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire, by James McBey, WW1

A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire, by James McBey, WW1
" Zero". A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire, drypoint print by James McBey, First World War. Referring to a bombardment in Palestine in the early morning of 19 September 1918. 1920

Background imageDrypoint Collection: The Last Supper

The Last Supper
Antique illustration of The Last Supper Engraving

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Maternal Caress, c. 1891. Creator: Mary Cassatt

Maternal Caress, c. 1891. Creator: Mary Cassatt
Maternal Caress, c. 1891

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Thoroughbreds, 1938 (colour etching and drypoint)

Thoroughbreds, 1938 (colour etching and drypoint)
991034 Thoroughbreds, 1938 (colour etching and drypoint) by Icart, Louis (1888-1950); 47.5x89.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Thoroughbreds. Louis Icart (1888-1950)

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Speke Hall, 1870, (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Speke Hall, 1870, (1904). Artist: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Speke Hall, 1870, (1904). From Whistler As I Knew Him, by Mortimer Menpes. [Adam and Charles Black, London, 1904]

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Christ Preaching (La Petite Tombe), c. 1657. Creator: Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669)

Christ Preaching (La Petite Tombe), c. 1657. Creator: Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669)
Christ Preaching (La Petite Tombe), c. 1657

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Unknown 1862 Felix Bracquemond French 1833-1914

Unknown 1862 Felix Bracquemond French 1833-1914
An Unknown, 1862. Felix Bracquemond (French, 1833-1914), A. Cadart and F. Chevalier. Etching and drypoint; sheet: 32.7 x 48.3 cm (12 7/8 x 19 in.); platemark: 18.8 x 31.8 cm (7 3/8 x 12 1/2 in.)

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828). Sopla. (Blow. ), 1796-1797. From Los Caprichos, no

Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828). Sopla. (Blow. ), 1796-1797. From Los Caprichos, no
Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828). Sopla. (Blow.), 1796-1797. From Los Caprichos, no. 69. Etching, aquatint, drypoint, and burin on cream laid paper. Plate: 210 mm x 150 mm (8.27 in. x 5.91 in.)

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Francisco de Goya, El celebre Fernando del Toro, barilarguero, obligando a la fiera

Francisco de Goya, El celebre Fernando del Toro, barilarguero, obligando a la fiera con su garrocha (The celebrated Picador, Fernando del Toro, Draws the Fierce Beast on with His Pique), Spanish

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Seatetd Nude Woman from the Back. Creator: Jean Louis Forain (French, 1852-1931)

Seatetd Nude Woman from the Back. Creator: Jean Louis Forain (French, 1852-1931)
Seatetd Nude Woman from the Back

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Hommage à Frida Kahlo XVIII

Hommage à Frida Kahlo XVIII
Ute Rathmann

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Hommage à Frida Kahlo III

Hommage à Frida Kahlo III
Ute Rathmann

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Hommage à Frida Kahlo III

Hommage à Frida Kahlo III
Ute Rathmann

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Hommage à Cranach XXXI

Hommage à Cranach XXXI
Ute Rathmann

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Hommage à Cranach XIX

Hommage à Cranach XIX
Ute Rathmann

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Eaux-Fortes Modernes. Plate 197. Arabes d'Oran (Arabs of Oran), 1833. Creator: Eugene Delacroix

Eaux-Fortes Modernes. Plate 197. Arabes d'Oran (Arabs of Oran), 1833. Creator: Eugene Delacroix
Eaux-Fortes Modernes. Plate 197. Arabes d'Oran (Arabs of Oran), 1833. Shows an outdoor setting with two men, one reclining and facing the viewer

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Christ driving the money changers from the Temple, 1635. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Christ driving the money changers from the Temple, 1635. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Christ driving the money changers from the Temple, 1635.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Sunrise, 1915-34. Creator: Sydney Mackenzie Litten

Sunrise, 1915-34. Creator: Sydney Mackenzie Litten
Sunrise, 1915-34.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate, 1634. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate, 1634. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate, 1634.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Joseph's coat brought to Jacob, c.1633. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Joseph's coat brought to Jacob, c.1633. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Joseph's coat brought to Jacob, c.1633. The tragic consequences, when Joseph's brothers turned against him, are described in Genesis 37:12-35

Background imageDrypoint Collection: The 'Adam and Eve', Old Chelsea, 1879. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

The "Adam and Eve", Old Chelsea, 1879. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
The "Adam and Eve", Old Chelsea, 1879.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Drouet, 1859. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Drouet, 1859. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Drouet, 1859.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Le Pont-Neuf, c.1861. Creator: Charles Meryon

Le Pont-Neuf, c.1861. Creator: Charles Meryon
Le Pont-Neuf, c.1861.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Billingsgate, 1859. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Billingsgate, 1859. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Billingsgate, 1859. One of the 16-print 'Thames set', a daringly abstract composition which is dominated by moored fishing vessels, and the bow of a barge in the left

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Self-portrait etching at a window, 1648. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Self-portrait etching at a window, 1648. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Self-portrait etching at a window, 1648.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Le Pont-Neuf, 1853. Creator: Charles Meryon

Le Pont-Neuf, 1853. Creator: Charles Meryon
Le Pont-Neuf, 1853.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Clement de Jonghe, printseller, 1651. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Clement de Jonghe, printseller, 1651. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Clement de Jonghe, printseller, 1651.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: A blind hurdy-gurdy player and family receiving alms, 1648. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

A blind hurdy-gurdy player and family receiving alms, 1648. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
A blind hurdy-gurdy player and family receiving alms, 1648.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: The Procession, 1901. Creator: William Strang

The Procession, 1901. Creator: William Strang
The Procession, 1901.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: The Fisherman, 1908. Creator: William Strang

The Fisherman, 1908. Creator: William Strang
The Fisherman, 1908. The Fisherman is a fine example of Strang's allegorical works. Central to it is the classical nude group

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Ninette, c.1928. Creator: William Lee-Hankey

Ninette, c.1928. Creator: William Lee-Hankey
Ninette, c.1928.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Piccadilly Circus, 1915. Creator: David Muirhead Bone

Piccadilly Circus, 1915. Creator: David Muirhead Bone
Piccadilly Circus, 1915. A dramatic scene of crowds as they move through Piccadilly Circus, a circular road junction and major public space bordered by stately buildings in London's West End

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Demolition of St. James' Hall, exterior, 1907. Creator: David Muirhead Bone

Demolition of St. James' Hall, exterior, 1907. Creator: David Muirhead Bone
Demolition of St. James' Hall, exterior, 1907. Located on a site between Regent Street and Piccadilly, St James' Hall was a celebrated London concert hall where handsome performances were

Background imageDrypoint Collection: A monk praying, St. Francis, c.1877. Creator: Francis Seymour Haden

A monk praying, St. Francis, c.1877. Creator: Francis Seymour Haden
A monk praying, St. Francis, c.1877. The isolated figure of an austere monk - who the title indicates is Haden's image of St Francis of Assisi - looking up towards a tree with a crucifix; his

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Jan Lutma, goldsmith, 1656. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

Jan Lutma, goldsmith, 1656. Creator: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn
Jan Lutma, goldsmith, 1656. Although Jan Lutma (c. 1584-1669) was already an elderly man when he was portrayed, he was probably still working as a silversmith

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Sunset at Heybridge basin, 1924. Creator: Martin Hardie

Sunset at Heybridge basin, 1924. Creator: Martin Hardie
Sunset at Heybridge basin, 1924. Depicting rowboats and sailboats moored in the still water of an inlet canal, the sails furled tightly.Several houses stand on the docks

Background imageDrypoint Collection: A Suffolk farm, 1930s. Creator: Martin Hardie

A Suffolk farm, 1930s. Creator: Martin Hardie
A Suffolk farm, 1930s. A charming domestic scene of thatched farm buildings, well-established trees and two horses contentedly grazing.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: A Suffolk bridge, 1930s. Creator: Martin Hardie

A Suffolk bridge, 1930s. Creator: Martin Hardie
A Suffolk bridge, 1930s. Depicting in the foreground well-established trees and an old, probably 18th century bridge; the adult figure crossing it wears a conical brimmed hat that makes him look

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Strand with sky, 1916. Creator: Francis Dodd

Strand with sky, 1916. Creator: Francis Dodd
Strand with sky, 1916.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Bone at the press, 1908. Creator: Francis Dodd

Bone at the press, 1908. Creator: Francis Dodd
Bone at the press, 1908. Vivid character study of Dodd's great friend and fellow student at the Glasgow School of Art, and later brother-in-law, Muirhead Bone

Background imageDrypoint Collection: St. Mary le Strand, 1916. Creator: Francis Dodd

St. Mary le Strand, 1916. Creator: Francis Dodd
St. Mary le Strand, 1916. Shows James Gibbs's early 18th century church of St Mary le Strand, in London's West End.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Old Postillion, 1920. Creator: Francis Dodd

Old Postillion, 1920. Creator: Francis Dodd
Old Postillion, 1920.

Background imageDrypoint Collection: Christ healing the sick ('The hundred guilder print'), 1775. Creator: William Baillie

Christ healing the sick ('The hundred guilder print'), 1775. Creator: William Baillie
Christ healing the sick ('The hundred guilder print'), 1775.



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Drypoint is a versatile and captivating printmaking technique that has been used by artists throughout history to create stunning works of art. From Edvard Munch's iconic "The Kiss" to ancient maps depicting the travels of the Apostle Paul and the wanderings of the Israelites, it has left its mark on various artistic genres. In Munch's masterpiece, "The Kiss, " we can see how drypoint adds depth and texture to his portrayal of love and passion. The delicate lines etched into the plate bring out every emotion in this intimate moment. Moving away from romantic scenes, it also finds its place in historical engravings like the detailed map of Berlin or ancient Jerusalem. These intricate prints showcase not only geographical accuracy but also highlight the meticulousness required for creating such fine details using this technique. During times of war, artists like James McBey utilized drypoint to capture intense moments like "A Sixty-Five Pounder Opening Fire. " The sharp lines etched onto metal plates perfectly depict the chaos and destruction experienced during World War I. Religious themes are not exempt from being portrayed through drypoint either. In depictions such as "The Last Supper" or Rembrandt van Rijn's "Christ Preaching (La Petite Tombe), " this technique adds an ethereal quality that enhances their spiritual significance. Not limited to traditional subjects, it also captures everyday life with incredible precision. Mary Cassatt's tender piece, "Maternal Caress, " showcases her mastery in capturing human emotions through delicate lines etched onto copper plates. Exploring further into French artistry, Felix Bracquemond's 1862 work demonstrates how even abstract compositions can benefit from drypoint techniques. His unknown piece invites viewers to interpret its meaning while appreciating the artist's skillful use of line and shading. Jean Louis Forain takes us into a different realm with his depiction of a seated nude woman from the back.