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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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Encouraged by this, he moved to London where he worked as a draughtsman for a furniture company and later for a lithographer in the City.
The etchings and illustrations were published by Roberts in collaboration with lithographer Louis Haghe.
Measuring 11 3/8 x 11 3/4 inches, these stone lithographs were hand-crafted in Paris by Art Estampe, a lithographer that employs a centuries-old printmaking tradition to create fine-quality works that are faithful to the artist's vision.
Entitled June Wayne: Pioneer Lithographer, the exhibition, on until August 6, highlights her contribution to a post-war revival in printmaking in the US.
The printer of John Lang's small book was John Gardiner Austin who came to Sydney in 1834 and was listed as a lithographer of Phillip and Hunter Streets, Sydney.
Expertly edited by commercial designer, photographer, illustrator, printmaker, painter and lithographer Joanne Ehrich, Koalas: Moving Portraits of Serenity is an intimate detailing and photographic documentation of the beautiful Australian animal's daily life and habitat.
As a youth, he was apprenticed to a Boston lithographer and later took evening classes at the National Academy of Design in New York, but he was primarily self-taught, his career marked by continued growth (3).
At 18, Tristan married her employer, a lithographer, whom Tristan found to be alcoholic and abusive.
MOS consolidations include combining the 21U topographic analyst and 21L lithographer, with an additional skill identifier (ASI) being awarded to designated personnel qualified as lithographers.
Also under study is the feasibility of making one mass communication rating by merging journalist, draftsman, photographer's mate and lithographer ratings into one, as well as rolling the yeoman, legalman, religious programs specialist and cryptologic technician (administration) into one administrative rate.
This deficiency was alleviated somewhat in 1866 following the employment of a lithographer and lithographic printers in the newly-created Government Engraving and Lithographic Branch in the Government Printing Office.