Definition of lithograph in English:

lithograph

Syllabification: lith·o·graph
Pronunciation: /ˈliTHəˌɡraf
 
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noun

A lithographic print.
More example sentences
  • It boasts a collection of more than 50,000 antique images that include steel and wood engravings, lithographs, photographs and illustrations.
  • In addition to paintings, he produced a large number of prints - etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts.
  • The 2,000-square-foot gallery is dedicated to exhibiting a full range of his fine art, including paintings, original stone lithographs, silk screens and giclees.

verb

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Print by lithography: (as adjective lithographed) a set of lithographed drawings
More example sentences
  • These complement the Bookplate File, a collection of more than twenty thousand of these miniature engraved and lithographed gems dating from the 1500s to the present.
  • I think of all the disreputable low-cost manufacturers you might take this to and what they would say about this beautiful quarter walnut and multiple-layer laminate plywood: ‘Some lithographed laminate will look just as good.’
  • Its price was $3 colored, and it was followed in 1850 by another Trobriand Niagara, The Falls of Niagara, which, lithographed by Leon Jean Baptiste Sabatier, cost only $2.50 colored.

Origin

early 19th century: back-formation from lithography.

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