I was particularly interested in her silverpoint drawings, a method I knew nothing about. From Wordnik.com. [Winged Things & Improbable Machines] Reference
She seized a silverpoint and a notebook from her medicine-bag and wrote down her speculations. From Wordnik.com. [Owlsight]
The numbers are impressive on both counts - these have to be two of the most successful companies ever created. — silverpoint. From Wordnik.com. [Google at Age 10 - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com] Reference
He reached into the pouch that never left his side and took out a silverpoint and paper as he asked that, and Karal didn't have the heart to refuse him. From Wordnik.com. [Storm Breaking]
The term "Old Master drawings" applies to works on paper made between the 15th and 19th century, typically in chalk, pen, silverpoint, ink, pencil, watercolor, or washes. From Wordnik.com. [At Auction: Old Master Drawings] Reference
The tide was out, and in the light before the sunrise the wet sands and the rocks which ran out across them on either side of the cove had something of the look of a silverpoint drawing. From Wordnik.com. [Through the Wall]
It did not escape Karal's notice that the graphite-sticks, silverpoint sticks, ink, pens, and brushes that Lyam arranged were in nearly the same places as those that had once served that long-dead scribe. From Wordnik.com. [Storm Breaking]
Art historians will remember that these precocious painters aren't an exclusively 21st century phenomenon: Pablo Picasso showed unusual promise at the age of 8 with his bullfighter painting "Picador," while Dürer crafted a strikingly precise silverpoint self-portrait at 13. From Wordnik.com. [ARTINFO: From the Palettes of Babes: 5 Prodigious Child Artists to Watch] Reference
Art historians will remember that these precocious painters aren't an exclusively 21st century phenomenon: Pablo Picasso showed unusual promise at the age of 8 with his bullfighter painting "Picador," while DÃ¼rer crafted a strikingly precise silverpoint self-portrait at 13. From Wordnik.com. [ARTINFO: From the Palettes of Babes: 5 Prodigious Child Artists to Watch] Reference
For this exhibition, Fisher has produced a series of delicate silverpoint drawings that immortalize words spoken by Eva Peron. From Wordnik.com. [CityBeat - To Do | Cincinnati CityBeat | Music, Entertainment, Events, Arts, Gallery Shows, Movies, Dining and Theater] Reference
• In the drawing studio, Curtis Bartone will cover an array of drawing media including graphite, silverpoint, charcoal, ink, and pastel. From Wordnik.com. [Smoky Mountain News] Reference
BOONSBORO - Exhibit by artist Brigid Ashwood who uses a variety of mediums including oil paint, digital drawing and coloring, and silverpoint. From Wordnik.com. [The Herald-Mail Online] Reference
The brown walls were hung with a choice selection of sporting prints, varied here and there with silverpoint etchings of beautiful women in various poses. From Wordnik.com. [Kingdom of the Blind] Reference
Using mostly silverpoint illustrations, the prepubescent cherub-faced girls in Holst's works are dressed the part of the innocent and virtuous, too young to be fully sexualized, yet not too young to be gendered. From Wordnik.com. [Vue Weekly] Reference
Inspired by the people and places in the small town of Keachi, La, where he lives, Whitfield's watercolors, drawings and silverpoint will be on display, as well as a project he did chronicling the lives of the town's black residents with paintings, photography and audio recordings. From Wordnik.com. [Victoria Advocate stories: News] Reference
The living space (left to right: Serena Perrone, woodcut on mylar and silverpoint. From Wordnik.com. [Gallery In the Garden « DESIGNPHILADELPHIA] Reference
You can write on it in silverpoint, crayon, or graphite-stick, but not ink; ink just beads up and won't penetrate. ". From Wordnik.com. [Storm Breaking]
" she asked, as she put down the silverpoint and selected carefully from among her medicines. From Wordnik.com. [Owlsight]
Grand Illusions also appends a short history on writing in silverpoint: "In the Medieval period, artists and scribes often used a metal stylus in order to draw on a specially prepared paper surface. From Wordnik.com. [Wired Top Stories] Reference
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