from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A manifold writing- or copying-machine, depending in its construction on the fact that when a film of moist bichromated gelatin is brought into contact with ferrous salts, tannin, or certain other substances, it acquires the property of attracting a fatty ink.


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  • I did acrylic and collograph prints, and oil painting.

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  • I had a box of pre-cut greetings card blanks, and began making cards for all I was worth; collograph, monoprint, monoprint on top of collograph, two layers of monoprint in different colours, ink painted over the top, and so on.

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  • That is good advice for viewing any art, and particularly pertinent in a large juried group exhibition where the viewer has to re-set aesthetic values between works as rewarding, but formally different, as Kathryn Strutz's fanciful collograph "Eco Maniacs" and Jane Ogren's remarkable applique portrait, "Spirits on Cloth." - News

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  • Kathryn Wronski, paintings; Rebecca Bleau, collograph prints; Cory Norris, paintings;

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  • The most common mediums were oil on canvas, collograph print and photography but some daring ones decided to convey their feelings by using thread on paper.


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