Translation of etching in Spanish:

etching

grabado, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɛtʃɪŋ//ˈɛtʃɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    (process)
    grabado masculine
    • He experimented with other mediums, such as oil paint and etching, but most of his best work was done with watercolors.
    • A large Freud etched self-portrait, with typical merciless etching to delineate each patch of skin, is perhaps the most memorable work in the exhibition.
    • An inventive graphic artist, he has worked in various printmaking techniques, including etching, screenprinting, and woodcut.
    • He was unsatisfied with the results until, he met Mark Draper, someone who had mastered the technical aspects of etching and from whom he learned a great deal one summer.
    • They said etching was too remote, too technical… but as soon as I managed to get artists to try, they liked it.
    • Rembrandt was an innovative printmaker, and was especially devoted to expressive etching.
    • Siobhan stressed the originality apparent within the works, and described some of the processes involved in etching and printmaking in general.
    • ‘I enjoy the medium of etching for its tactile qualities, its chiaroscuro possibilities and the surprises of the process,’ she said.
    • Even had this not been so, etching was an appropriate medium for this series, as it permitted him to portray minute details of physical decomposition.
    • In a process she likens to printmaking or etching, Moreau pours the mixture directly onto the metal surface and spreads the pools of paint with a brush.
    • Gross, a master of etching in charge of graphics at the Slade School of Art, later helped Daphne Reynolds to develop mezzotints, the deep, velvety blacks created with home-made ink.
    • Since then, she has worked in a number of other media besides oil painting, including etching, lithography, watercolor, pastel, sculpture and tapestry.
    • He studied drawing and etching at an art school in Nantes, France, from 1971 to 1978.
    • In this series, Goya had perfected the painstaking processes of etching and aquatint and placed them in the service of rendering bizarre compositions of man, beast, witch and clergyman.
    • What becomes clear is that a passion for drawing underpins his approach to etching.
  • 2

    (picture, design)
    grabado masculine
    aguafuerte masculine
    • Schiftan is a publisher and importer of fine art reproductions and hand-colored etchings.
    • In addition to paintings, he produced a large number of prints - etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts.
    • Together, the etchings and paintings summarize Goya's contribution to war art per se.
    • Engravings, along with etchings and drypoints, are created with the intaglio process.
    • Not only that, but there will also be a selection of etchings, illustrations, ephemera and maps on many of the stands.
    • The book is a hand-made collection of Emmanuel's etchings and lithographs, some of which are painted by the artist.
    • Whistler's etchings of Venice were published in two sets.
    • At the end of his life, the artist had created more than one thousand prints - mainly lithographs and etchings.
    • In an inspired move, the Gallery of Modern Art has hung five oil paintings alongside the etchings, allowing us to make clear comparisons.
    • The result is an assembly of drawings, etchings and digital prints representing a 50-year long obsession.
    • During this time he offered a number of prints, etchings and lithographs to the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
    • The presentation consists of oil paintings and etchings and is a collection of her impressions of India.
    • This celebrated, rare etching is based on studies Picasso made for a figure of a weeping woman in Guernica.
    • Bell's drawings, etchings and monumental clay sculptures possess a kind of mystical godliness.
    • Lithographs, watercolours, drawings, etchings and numerous sculptures are housed in this serene villa.
    • On display will be a selection of large-scale oil paintings, watercolours, pastels and etchings.
    • Customers can choose from original works of art, etchings and limited-edition prints.
    • The progressive series of etchings show Picasso's brief foray into lithography.
    • In addition to his paintings, he has left us with thousands of etchings, and drawings.
    • Original oil paintings and etchings by Frances Hodgkins, William Swainson and John Gully were heaped in piles on the floor.