Translation of woodcut in Spanish:


grabado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwʊdˌkət//ˈwʊdkʌt/


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    (print) grabado masculine
    (printing block) plancha de madera feminine
    • There were paintings on paper mounted on canvas, photos of paintings, paintings on photographs, woodcuts and photos of drawings.
    • Despite ill health and struggles with drugs, he produced many important paintings and major portrait woodcuts.
    • He prepared woodcuts to illustrate his book Noa Noa, a romanticized récit of his stay in Tahiti, again deploying crude, primitivizing techniques.
    • Printed woodcuts and engravings spread the news of the monster throughout Europe, and as they spread, the monster acquired a new, posthumous, existence.
    • His graphic works consist of woodcuts, lithographs and etchings.
    • He created woodcuts, etchings and a total of 24 lithographs.
    • The book was never published, but Gauguin made a set of ten color woodcuts meant as illustrations.
    • The techniques he used are woodblocks, woodcuts and lithographs.
    • Preston produced oil paintings, linocut prints, and woodcuts that were often still-lifes of Australian flora and fauna.
    • He created lithographs, etchings, drypoints, lino cuts, woodcuts and aquatints.
    • For woodcuts the design is drawn on a wooden board.
    • Apart from paintings he produced etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts as book illustrations.
    • When only woodcuts, etchings and engravings could be printed, the images would get worse and worse over time as the blocks or plates wore down.
    • Fond of using wood as a medium, Frank began to gain recognition for his woodcuts and wood engravings.
    • Konrad Volkert continued to create woodcuts, etchings and linocuts.
    • Hao Ping's prints are made as woodcuts in thick, bright oil colors.
    • An easy way to see why I like his so much is is read one of his books or look at some of his prints, woodcuts and paintings.
    • One would be hard pressed to find a group of Renaissance prints less like Mantegna's than the six chiaroscuro woodcuts of Apostles by Domenico Beccafumi.
    • He was skilled in the art of a number of different printing techniques such as woodcuts, lithographs and mezzotints.
    • Wood engraving allows to make finer lines than woodcuts and more impressions from the same block.