George III Stipple Engraving in Orginal frames
A pair of George III Stipple Engravings, in original gilt frames, Circa 1800.
“A Sacrifice to Cupid” and “The Triumph of Love and Beauty”.
13 3/4 inches – 12 inches
Stipple engraving is a technique used to create tone in an intaglio print. By distributing a pattern of dots of various sizes and densities across the image. The pattern is created on the printing plate, by gouging out the dots with a burin, or through an etching process.