serigraph

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noun seri·graph \ˈser-ə-ˌgraf\

Definition of serigraph

  1. :  an original silk-screen color print

serigrapher

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serigraphy

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Origin and Etymology of serigraph

Latin sericum silk + Greek graphein to write, draw — more at carve


First Known Use: 1940


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