Responding to popular demands for religious pictures and entering the middle-class artistic taste, the earliest instance of a chromolithographic
picture of the Hindu divinity is, however, 'Saraswati' (Illustration 8) which appeared on the cover of the journal Bharati in July-August 1877.
Jacques Majeur, the chromolithographic
Madonna's face and hands are also covered in protective transparent plastic.
Moreover, unlike the earlier sets, in which monochrome designs were transferred to the ceramics and then hand-painted, the designs for the Service parisien were transferred from chromolithographic
prints, providing the precise colours that Bracquemond wanted.
The new papers are not hand-blocked and so lack something of the sharpness of the original, which was designed at about the time Pugin was working on his Glossary, of Ecclesiastical Ornament (1844), which is illustrated with vivid chromolithographic
The Carrick chromolithographic
copy (comprised of fourteen--not forty--separate successively over-printed states), we have ascertained, recorded both of Turner's steamboats from its earliest stages.
As for Mr Rucinski's bewilderment over a one-boated Carrick chromolithographic
reproduction of Turner's Rockets and Blue Lights having apparently been shown at a lecture given in August 2003 at the Clark: possibly this was one of the forty separate-stage proofs that contributed towards finally making up the Carrick print which I mentioned in the very first footnote to my article.
In support of this claim, a one-boated image of the picture was shown that was said to be Robert Carrick's near-contemporaneous chromolithographic
copy of the painting and to have been supplied to the Clark by the Yale Center for British Art.
This comes in two forms: a chromolithographic
reproduction created by Robert Carrick in 1852 (Fig.