George Constant used the dry point technique in print making, intaglio engraving in which he incised lines in copper plates, with the burr at the side of the furrows retained. Art critic Hi Simons once said “…there is nothing quite like it anywhere else in the world of art”.

A substantial collection of the dry points are owned by several museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

To view a collection of Constant's Etchings, please click below:

Stonington, Connecticut

Still Life