"Boy Drawing Dove" Drypoint Print by Donald Earley
This simple drypoint print of a boy drawing a dove captures the gesture and intention of it's subject beautifully! Donald Earley uses this drypoint technique to express a moment in time with just a few lines in this original fine art.
The print is numbered 9/28.
This print measures 12 inches wide by 15 inches tall and is presented in a simple black frame. Hanging hardware is on the back.
Drypoint is a printing process in which lines are drawn on a metal plate with a stylus called a drypoint needle. The stylus raises a "burr" in the metal, creating velvety effects on the print. Drypoint looks like an etching but avoids the use of acid, making it a safer and easier way of producing a good quality print.
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