lithograph


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lithograph

[′lith·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
Originally, a reproduction of a writing sample or a drawing made from a litho stone onto which the writing or drawing had been drawn with a greasy ink or crayon; now, a reproduction from litho metal plates produced by photolithography and run on an offset press.
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In Flaubert's text, Oannes claims to have emerged out of 'the abyss that I might harden matter, and give a law unto forms' (one of the lithographs illustrates this line).
The declining nobility and the rising bourgeoisie were not immune to artistic criticism: Honore Daumier's 1833 bronze bust of Jean-Marie Fruchard and his 1834 lithograph of a police massacre in Paris were considered scandalous caricatures and exposes of the monarchy of King Louis-Philippe.
"It's something that you don't find usually on your morning hikes," Greg Atamaniuk, the man who reportedly found the lithograph, told The Marin Independent Journal.
While these essays and the others provide new insights into the importance of the Kelloggs' productions, the heart of the book--and the one that deserves to be applauded and praised by collector and scholar alike--is the invaluable "Checklist of Kellogg Lithographs in the Connecticut Historical Society" (pp.
Jerusalem Windows Series, color lithograph, 11 3/4" x 8 1/2"
Printing was left to the great lithographers, George Miller and his son, Burr Miller, who printed all of Wengenroth's 369 lithographs."
For the lithograph, by scraping and drawing on the photographic negative, he eliminated the circle, as well as returned to his original intention.
With such a microrelief computed, the e-beam lithograph is used just as a unique instrument for recording this relief and nothing more.
and its printer of advertising inserts, Great Lakes Lithograph of Cleveland, OH, have been awarded a "Print Excellence Award" from the Printing Industries Association, Inc., serving Northern Kentucky and Ohio (PIANKO).
A simple sketch or limited edition lithograph would sell for hundreds.