Saleh Abdel Sabour
Intaglio Painting

From: 14-1-2004 To: 10-2-2004

Intaglio dates back from the Middles Ages, an Italian word meaning, “to incise”. It encompasses a process of printmaking, all of which include a plate, in most cases metal, sometimes copper or zinc that has an image below its surface; this image has been engraved, scratched or etched with diluted acids. The plate is put onto a press bed with dampened paper on top, and then run through the press under pressure, drawing the ink out of the grooves and onto the paper. Intaglio prints are often characterized by an embossed line around the image, which is made by the edges of the plate.

Intaglio :
Hany El Ashkar
Saleh Abd El Sabour
Tarek Mosaad
Wael Abd El Sabour

Painting :
Ahmed Nosseir

 
Exhibition Collection:
All Collection   I   Available
S04
Saleh Abd El Sabour
2004
Intaglio - 25x10 cm
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S08
Saleh Abd El Sabour
2004
Intaglio - 0x0 cm
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T01
Saleh Abd El Sabour
2004
Intaglio - 0x0 cm
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