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Application of stain, typically to a wooden surface, in the area of a loss to re-establish an item's visual continuity.
Intaglio includes the engraving, etching and drypoint methods of printmaking, and is produced via cuts made in a metal surface. These incised areas are then filled with ink and rolled through a press, thus transferring an image to paper. All intaglio prints have platemarks.