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.
By Rembrandt van Rijn. 1650. "The shell" (an etching.) The tones reveal the rounded, conical forms of the shell including the spiral end. The dark tones around the shell also reveal that the shell is sitting on a shelf. The print is an etching, a printing technique that involves working with line, so the tones in this work has all been created using hatched and cross-hatched lines.