I like how Rembrandt has Interpreted the tone and texture through using line as a big domination in this piece, as I think t looks really effective from he has built and gradually layered the scene to make it have a depth towards it, so the scene looks really realistic, which I believe its really inspirational to be able to create out of a etching.

The Three Trees, 1643 Rembrandt Etching with drypoint and engraving. Symbolizes me and my older brothers, we are 3 Trees.

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Accidental Mysteries, 05.22.11, gallery of images

Lake of fire by on deviantART. This is fabulous. Digital manipulation but would be a great etching technique.

"Morning Rain" by Norman Ackroyd Etching North House Gallery

Norman Ackroyd( English, 1938 - ), Morning Rain - Great Blasket, Etching, 24 x 33 cm

‘Cupbearer’, 1929  by Edward Burra (British 1905-1976) © The estate of Edward Burra, courtesy Lefevre Fine Art, London

'Cupbearer' by English artist Edward Burra Woodcut, 152 x 102 mm. via the Tate

Jane Newling - Rainforest Dragon 7- hand coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper.

Rainforest Dragon x 34 cm Edition of 50 Hand coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper

Woodland Path, Arley, Cheshire, Original linocut by Norman C. Jaques. Born

Rare colour linocut, Woodland Path, by Norman Clifford Jaques. For sale at Watermark Gallery, experts in watercolours, prints and drawings.