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1lithograph

verb lith·o·graph \ˈli-thə-ˌgraf\

Definition of LITHOGRAPH

transitive verb
:  to produce, copy, or portray by lithography
li·tho·gra·pher \li-ˈthä-grə-fər, ˈli-thə-ˌgra-fər\ noun

First Known Use of LITHOGRAPH

1825

Other Fine Arts Terms

Gothic, baroque, bas-relief, limn, oeuvre, pastiche, rococo, sfumato

2lithograph

noun

: a picture made by lithography

Full Definition of LITHOGRAPH

:  a print made by lithography
lith·o·graph·ic \ˌli-thə-ˈgra-fik\ adjective
lith·o·graph·i·cal·ly \-fi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of LITHOGRAPH

  1. a book of his finest lithographs

First Known Use of LITHOGRAPH

1828

Other Fine Arts Terms

Gothic, baroque, bas-relief, limn, oeuvre, pastiche, rococo, sfumato

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