Both works are drawn with steel needles on metal plates and subjected to the acid’s corrosion. The smoothness of the strokes and the simplicity and spontaneity with which they are made are the result of his vast experience in using printmaking techniques and constant drawing practice. This combined with the artist’s sensitivity add a sensual and intimate setting to the print’s quality.
In Grecia B, appear two loosely drawn sketched busts. The figure in the foreground stands out because it is worked with thicker strokes than the background, which is finely outlined.