Definition of photogram
: a photographic image made by placing objects between light-sensitive paper and a light source
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Also on view are big color photograms and copper etchings of the artist’s handprints and medical prescriptions.
Now their work has inspired this art 'All the Flowers' turns blooms in LACMA artworks into a photogram bouquet of blue UCLA shows its art cred with fundraiser featuring Opie, Kruger, Ruscha and more Gustavo Dudamel has tried to stay out of politics.
These spectral photograms are the work of an ardent amateur, and a passport to an age when reproductive imagery was still a thing of wonder.
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Origin and Etymology of photogram
International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1859See Words from the same year
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