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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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The lithographs come from the acclaimed collection of Pablo Picasso's granddaughter, Marina Picasso.
The exhibit featured; lithograph of journey of "Ghilaf-e-Kaaba" (KISWA) from Cairo on camel backs with the caravan of pilgrims on way to Holy Makkah (18th century), the lithographs showing worshipers bowing down before the Almighty and offering Namaz in diverse and challenging settings (early 19th century) and floor Plan of Masjid-e-Nabavi (19th century).
PLUS: A bone china vase by Patrick Caulfield, a ceramic plate by Brigitte Deuge, a lithograph by Peter Hede and porcelain by Bjorn Wiinblad.
The lithographs are by David Roberts RA, a world-renowned architectural artist famous for his 'Egypt' and 'Holy Lands' series, and are inspired by his journeys through Egypt in 1838 and 1839.
Prince Charles paints in his spare time and doesn't produce that many pictures so it's likely this is a lithograph," the Daily Express quoted a spokesperson for the Prince, as saying.
If Americans have a pictorial image of the nineteenth century, it is likely based on one or another lithograph printed and published by the firm of Currier & Ives.
The framed and boxed lithographs are limited to 100 prints.
This is one of the first color lithographs that he drew directly onto stone, shortly after Israel's war for independence.
While these early black-and-white lithographs seem to betray an intuitive approach to the medium, the modernist forms and three-dimensional illusions in Full Spectrum, 1985-86, a fourteen-color lithograph and silk screen, suggest a turn toward something more composed.
Taken from the Wiggin Collection and related lithographs at the Boston Public Library, the images--ranging from intimate studies of the artist's friends and family to public sporting events and social gatherings--have not been seen together since the 1950s.
PARIS SANS FIN (Endless Paris), a book containing 150 lithographs of a personal history of the city, was published three years after the death of artist and sculptor Alberto Giacometti.