Foxfire by Flora McLachlan

  1. Camera: Nikon D40
  2. Aperture: f/8
  3. Exposure: 1/100th
  4. Focal Length: 55mm

Mask, n.d. Walter Francis Kuhn 1877-1949. Etching

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Roman Sustov(Роман Сустов Belarusian, b.1977)
Men and the Moon     2002
Eclipse    2002
Letter    2002
Etchings
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Men and the Moon     2002
Eclipse    2002
Letter    2002
Etchings
(via iamjapanese:) Roman Sustov(Роман Сустов Belarusian, b.1977)
Men and the Moon     2002
Eclipse    2002
Letter    2002
Etchings
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Roman Sustov(Роман Сустов Belarusian, b.1977)

Men and the Moon     2002

Eclipse    2002

Letter    2002

Etchings

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Staircase by Armin Landeck 

1942. Drypoint, 10 1/8 in. x 6 3/8 in. - Edition of 50

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Fernando Bellver  Geisha
etching & collage
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etching & collage
(via adapto:) Fernando Bellver  Geisha
etching & collage
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Fernando Bellver  Geisha

etching & collage

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Dragonfly - 1874 by Édouard Manet (1832–1883)

Etching for Le Fleuve by Charles Cros.

Source - scanned from Pierre Courthion, Edouard Manet (ISBN 0-8109-1318-6)

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Kuru Kazima (by Nese Sahin)

drypoint

Zhiyuan Cong
Spring of Life, 1991
etching, 28 x 36 in
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Zhiyuan Cong

Spring of Life, 1991

etching, 28 x 36 in

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The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
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Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
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Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
(via prostheticknowledge:) The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
(via prostheticknowledge:) The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
(via prostheticknowledge:) The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
(via prostheticknowledge:) The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
(via prostheticknowledge:) The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
(via prostheticknowledge:) The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 
Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.
More work can be found at the artist’s website here
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The Art Of Alexandra Roozen 

Hand-drawn abstract monochrome art with algorithmic, patterned and digital feel.

More work can be found at the artist’s website here

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Takahiko Hayashi | on Tumblr (b.1961, Japan) - The Unformed Figure - Flexible Objects. Print etching, 24x18 inches (2010) / 徳山村考-夜を放つものたち
Takahiko Hayashi diligently works at creating masterfully bold abstractions, often with vibrant color. His work has a mystical quality and the titles reflect interest in philosophy “Considering Lao-Tse” as well as natural phenomena “The Spinning Wind”. (cf. RenBrown) “I try to create something from nothing. I try to capture negative to represent positive. I try to express the present with history, and east and west. It is when objects exist that nothingness can be recognized for the first time. That’s why wind attracts me. And Tokuyama village in Gifu prefecture, Lao-Tse, and Enku greatly influence my thought processes”, says Takahiko Hayashi. Please visit artist’s Tumblr for more work.
[artist found at iamjapanese]
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Takahiko Hayashi | on Tumblr (b.1961, Japan) - The Unformed Figure - Flexible Objects. Print etching, 24x18 inches (2010) / 徳山村考-夜を放つものたち

Takahiko Hayashi diligently works at creating masterfully bold abstractions, often with vibrant color. His work has a mystical quality and the titles reflect interest in philosophy “Considering Lao-Tse” as well as natural phenomena “The Spinning Wind”. (cf. RenBrown) “I try to create something from nothing. I try to capture negative to represent positive. I try to express the present with history, and east and west. It is when objects exist that nothingness can be recognized for the first time. That’s why wind attracts me. And Tokuyama village in Gifu prefecture, Lao-Tse, and Enku greatly influence my thought processes”, says Takahiko Hayashi. Please visit artist’s Tumblr for more work.

[artist found at iamjapanese]

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Netting A, 2005 by Ritsuko Ozeki

Her etchings are characterized by a spareness of composition and efficiency of line.

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Väinö Rouvinen
A Cat
1996
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Väinö Rouvinen

A Cat

1996

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Nature In Winter II

戸村 茂樹/Shigeki Tomura, Born in 1951, Japanese Print maker

Beautiful

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