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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Lithograph experts such as Chung You-hui came to the conclusion that the four artworks were original copies after analyzing the signatures on them, according to NMH Director Liao Hsin-tien.
BEIRUT: "Brussels - Beirut, the Living Colors," the current exhibition at Alice Mogabgab Gallery, aims to breathe new life into vintage postcards and lithographs from Lebanon and Belgium.
In the lower right corner, detailed diagrams of the ovule and stigma are included, drawings that were transferred directly by Walter Hood Fitch into his lithograph of the same plant.
The five lithographs were abstract depictions of famous literary figures, including Shakespeare, done in vibrant brushstrokes.
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 exhibition uses documents, lithographs and a sound archive, to create a unique atmosphere for the visitor to experience the events of 1857 in a creative manner, while also enabling research and teaching on the subject.
The Memories , the show will feature lithographs, photographs and originally paintings by the Spanish surrealist artist sourced from private collections from around the world.
Then, the second DG of ASI, John Marshall, built a huge corpus of photo archives Negatives, lithographs are scattered worldwide
Just as the value of his paintings and subsequently his lithographs have spiralled, so too now are prices for these signed, limited edition colour reproduction prints.
With the help of the great art entrepreneur, Efstratios Teriade, Matisse embarked upon a suite of 39 lithographs that would meticulously recreate his famous cut-out works in a more domestic size.
Flanking the gallery's entrance on opposing walls was a pair of Redon's prints in black frames: densely lined lithographs taken from the artist's fin-de-siecle illustrations for Flaubert's Temptation of Saint Anthony and for the Book of Revelation.
A striking set of lithographed portraits depicting 120 Native-American dignitaries has been accepted into the collections of the Fort de Buade Museum in St.