A technical dictionary of printmaking, André Béguin.

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Acid tint
A method of drawing on lithographic stone using nitric acid to burn the image into a darkened (inked) area. This creates a tonal image in greys. It was developed in 1964 by Ken Tyler at Tamarind Workshop in Los Angeles, USA.
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